Most of the shoe gleams with clean white leather uppers, allowing a handful of vibrant accents to pop. A teal “NIKE” tongue tag appears over a bed of breathable mesh, complemented by a set of tonal laces. At the heel counter is an embroidered “NIKE AIR” label colored in orange, matching the tone of the glossy aglet at the front of the shoe. Contrasted against its tonal uppers, a set of teal and orange mini-Swooshes are woven next to the shoe’s smooth leather check, while a crisp white midsole finalizes this model’s minimal design.
Though no release dates for this Nike Air Force 1 have been confirmed, sources suggest it will be released before the end of 2020 on Nike’s website for $100 USD.
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