Nike's N7 Air Force 1 Low Spotlights Textured Weaving and Exposed Stitching

Expected to drop soon.

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Nike’s N7 sub-label, a division of the brand responsible for bringing global attention to Native American communities has devised a special edition of the iconic Air Force 1 Low. The shoe highlights a “Light Bone”-hued woven pattern all throughout its upper with black side Swooshes that give way to exposed stitching details. Additional hits of black can be found on the tongue branding, midsole AIR emblem, in addition to the heel counter N7 logo.

Expected to fetch a price of $120 USD, this Nike N7 Air Force 1 Low will releases online in the near future, so be sure to check back for details.

Speaking of statement footwear, Versace’s Chain Reaction sneaker gets an official drop date.

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