Nike Shifts the Logo on the Classic Air Force 1

Nike gives itself a stamp of approval.

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Time and time again we’ve been introduced to new iterations of Nike‘s iconic Air Force 1 model. The silhouette now shares some minor adjustments by shifting its “Nike” logo from the expected location on the tongue to its midsole to form a makeshift “Nike Air” insignia. Nike’s Swoosh logo takes its place on the tongue as the midsole branding is presented as if it was stamped on the surface. At the moment a Sail and Team Red colorways have been revealed with the potential of more to come.

This edition of the Nike Air Force 1 currently doesn’t have a confirmed launch date but is expected to arrive soon. Take a look at the imagery provided and let us know if you’re feeling the logo placement or if you’d move the Nike Air stamp to a different location on the sneaker. In related Air Force 1 news, you can check out the latest twist to the low cut iteration from COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT alongside Supreme.

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