Although no official images have surfaced, an early render based on rumors notes that the skeletal structure of the foot will serve as the main design element of the shoe. Dressed in the classic all-white leather look, an anatomically correct bone print is expected to be displayed on the lateral side of the shoe.
No official release notes just yet, but expect the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Skeleton” to hit retailers sometime this October.
For more Nike news, the sneaker giant recently gave its Air Max 95 model a breathable makeover.
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