Much of the shoe’s design remains minimal under daylight. Starting at the top of the shoe is a woven tongue tag that’s been debossed with “Nike” branding, matching the design of the heel counter. Nuanced details like the metal deubré and pink insole accent the sneaker’s understated color scheme, complemented by white laces at the forefoot. As a final touch, the shoe’s crisp uppers come with a subtle iridescent sheen — reflective uppers that come alive at night.
Though no official release dates have been confirmed, Nike’s Air Force 1 “Reflective” is slated to launch soon on the label’s website — prices have yet to be revealed.
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