On the shoes, the tinge expressed at the heels contrasts the black or vibrant forefoot region, and a white Swoosh insignia outlined in complementary tint bridges the two divergent parts. Not only opting for a contradicting palette, the tumbled leather upper found on the new takes also texturally clash with the twill heel tabs adorned with a “Nike Air” embroidery. Additionally, the trio brings back Nike’s minimalistic, retro logo on the tongue tab.
The new Nike Air Force 1 comes in “Yellow/Navy,” “Black/White,” “Red/Black” color schemes and will be available very soon on nike.com and at select retailers. Stay tuned for more details on the official release date.
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