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The entire design comes in a uniform soft tan shade, its tonal simplicity complimenting the rough and textured muslin used to construct the shoe. Unlike Nike’s other single-colored models, however, this new colorway does away with the classic stitched-on tongue patch and opts instead for a white painted take on branding. Hints of grey can also be found on the embroidering at the heel, right below an embroidered NYC swoosh graphic.
Available March 18, the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Muslin-Desert Ore” will retail at $110 USD. New York vintage store Procell has revealed that the shoe will drop in time for Nike’s NYC Editions event, with a matching hoodie and sweatpant set launching alongside the textural sneaker. Check out the goods in detail below.
In other Air Force 1 news, Nike’s about to drop them in a white and yellow colorway.