The first of the iterations, the Air Force 1 ’07 PRM “White/Blue Fury,” dons a tumbled white leather upper, with the normative Swoosh swapped for an embroidered outline in “Blue Fury.” The shoe has been injected with a hefty amount of black and volt branding on the upper as well as on the tongue and laces, finally finished by heel and tongue pull tabs offered in the shoe’s various colors.
The second shoe, the Air Force 1 ’07 LV8 “White Barely Volt,” takes a more conservative approach, opting for a clean white leather upper with a normative “Barely Volt” Swoosh on the lateral and medial sides. The same black and volt “Worldwide” tongue branding appears on the shoe, finally finished by “Worldwide” text in volt as well as black and white that runs horizontally from the lace cage. Both shoes come packaged with a few Swoosh stickers, a hangtag, and a special pin.
Take a detailed look at the Air Force 1 ’07 PRM “White/Blue Fury” and the Air Force 1 ’07 LV8 “White/Barely Volt” above. Both shoes are currently available via atmos Tokyo’s webstore for ¥14,000 JPY (approximately $130 USD).
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