The AF1 is available in both “Cargo Khaki/Thermal Green/Bombay” and “Wheat/Club Gold/Bombay,” with each sporting a 3M-equipped Swoosh emblem that allows the outer lining to shine in the dark. The “Cargo Khaki” iteration is the truest to the inspiration’s roots, having an upper that is shiny and silky to showcase the quilted stitches on the toe box and mid-panel.
Elsewhere around the shoe, you can find a heavy-duty nylon tongue complete with an extended tongue tab in black, military-inspired rope laces, and a satin-finish lining. Satin embroidery is seen on the rear heel noting the sneaker’s quintessential “Nike Air” stamp, while the gum outsole gets treated to another military design element in the form of a “Designed & Tested in Beaverton, Oregon United States of America” inscription.
The “Wheat” offering includes all of the same features but adds these to a shiny golden satin upper, complete with complementing Swoosh accents and laces. Take a look at the Nike Air Force 1 ‘07 quilted Army jacket pack in the gallery above, and head over to Nike Japanese website where members can sign in to purchase these limited-edition pairs for ¥ 15,400 JPY each (approx. $140 USD).
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