With a plethora of Nike “BHM” offerings including Black History Month takes on Converses and Jordan Brand silhouettes, the special collection has finally come to close for this year with an Air Force 1 Utility colorway.
The sneaker continues the theme of “BHM” with a colorful kente cloth print, a pattern and fabric native to the Akan ethnic group of Ghana, and the print is embellished upon the large utility strap and heel of the shoe. The same print is also fashioned in black undertones upon the rest of the upper in a luxurious style, along with contrasting gold accents on the stitching areas and lace areas. The shoe sits upon a classic crisp white sole with gold accent branding on the tongue.
There are no details on pricing yet, but the shoe is expected to release on February 28.
In other news, the Nike Air Max Plus recently received a gradient “Navy/Orange” makeover.
- Sneaker News