Nike Retools the Air Force 1 Low With a New Logo Design

Highlighted in gold.

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Nike’s iconic Air Force 1 Low is set to take on a minimalist makeover for the spring/summer season. Last hitting our pages in the “Taiwan” release, which placed gradient-hued patent leather Swooshes onto the side areas, the new rendition — available in both black and white — highlights a new logo design hitting the heel area. The reimagined symbol combines a basketball and Swoosh positioned inside a laurel wreath, all of which stands out in gold.

Other notable features include more gold-hued branding found on the midsole, tongue and mini Swoosh — sitting at the bottom of the eyestay overlay. Although release details still have yet to be confirmed, it is believed that these new Nike Air Force 1 Low designs will hit select retailers sometime in spring.

In other footwear news, SEGA & PUMA announce partnership with Sonic the Hedgehog.

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