The shoe, including the sole, has been made fully tonal, emphasizing various textures that make up the model. Starting at the top of the shoe is a woven “Nike” tongue tag, complemented by flat laces around the forefoot. Pebble-grain leather panels are placed at the rear quarter, complemented by smooth full-grain leather that covers the rest of the shoe’s body. Besides the main Swoosh at the sidewalls, this iteration has been detailed with an additional check logo that’s been cut up and flipped upside-down — the front half of the Swoosh appears around the toebox and the tail end of the motif is seen at the heel. A thick tonal midsole completes the shoe’s minimal design.
Nike’s Air Force 1 ‘07 LV8 “Vigor Green” is currently available on Nike’s website for $124 USD.
For more from Nike, check out a “Hyper Pink” iteration of the Air Max 1.