The forthcoming sneaker features a design that’s mostly minimal. Set atop clean white uppers, a handful of red accents have been thoughtfully placed over the uppers. At the top of the tongue is a red “Nike” tag, complemented by additional branding along the heel counter. One distinctive detail is a glossy heart-shaped motif that’s been woven onto the shoe’s rear quarter, while a white chocolate-colored Swoosh covers the sidewalls. This creamy palette is also seen on the midsole to complete the shoe’s design.
Nike’s Air Force 1 Low “Valentine’s Day” is slated to arrive in February 2021 on Nike’s website available for $110 USD
For more from Nike, check out a bold “Hyper Cobalt” iteration of the Dunk Low.