Starting at the top of the shoe are two ripstop pull tabs, at the heel and tongue, complemented by a set of drawcords and laces around the forefoot. Besides these details, all of the shoes are covered in spongy “Sail”-toned foam inspired by oxygen masks used in Nike’s research lab — rest assured you can still distinguish each panel on the shoe. “N. 354” branding is thinly etched over the shoe’s side Swoosh, while a fluorescent patch label is placed at the lower heel. All of these features rest over a crisp white midsole, underscored by an icy semi-translucent outsole.
Though no official release dates have been confirmed, Nike’s Air Force 1-Type N. 354 “Experimental” is expected to drop in the coming months on Nike’s website for $110 USD.
In case you missed it, here’s a look at a striking two-tone “Hyper Cobalt” iteration of Nike’s Dunk Low.