If there’s one shoe that continues to make a resurgence within the realm of street culture, its Bruce Kilgore’s renowned Air Force 1. Every year Nike pumps a variety of colorways out to reinforce the shoes hold on contemporary culture, seeking to further evolve and redefine what the silhouette means to generations new and previous. Now the shoe has arrived in a subtle and clean “Pale Ivory/Light Cream” colorway that sees leather and canvas in earthy hues come together.
The upper is majorly made up of a cream-hued canvas material, with the heel panel offering up a light touch of contrast. A white leather Swoosh that has been outline-stitched on both medial and lateral sides, with similar materials making up the lacing systems trim and heel tab. This is all met with a vintage-colored cream midsole that solidifies the shoe as a sports-casual staple for the warmer months.
You can take a look at the Nike Air Force 1 ’07 PRM 3 in “Pale Ivory/Light Cream” in the gallery above. The shoes are currently available via Xhibition’s web store for $130 USD.
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