Dial "1-800-AIR FORCE" for Nike's Latest Low and Hi Pack, "Toll Free"

Featuring a lace dubrae inspired by vintage phone keys and an all-over “Toll Free”-influenced print.

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There are no signs of Nike slowing down any time soon as the sportswear giant continues to release special versions of its classic Air Force 1 sneaker. Following on from those that appeared in the “Good Game” pack, the “Naija” pair, and the “Label Maker” offering, comes Nike’s latest pack titled “Toll Free.”

As the name suggests, the Air Force 1 Low and Hi seen here draw inspiration from toll free telephone numbers. The “1-800” number code informs the shoe’s aesthetic, covering its premium leather uppers in references to the freephone code.

For the AF1 Low in “White/Vast Grey/Sail Black,” Nike adds an all-over print of “1-800 AIR FORCE,” “CALL TODAY” and “TOLL-FREE” slogans in tonal white block fonts. In addition to this, the “1-800” code graces the “Vast Grey” heel tab and the tongue tags. Elsewhere, the traditional AF1 lace dubrae has been replaced with a silver-toned badge that’s inspired by vintage landline phone dials.

Nike’s AF1 Hi “Toll Free” appears in premium black leather and is graced with the same all-over pattern, which is tonal at first glance but is also 3M-equipped, meaning it shines when light is put upon the design. It also features “1-800” heels and tongue tags, and is finished with the same dubrae.

Take a look at the Nike Air Force 1 Low and Hi “Toll Free” in the gallery above, and expect the pairs to drop on Nike’s website sometime later this year for $130 USD and $140 USD respectively.

In case you missed it, check out the Nike Air Force 1 “Manchester Bee.”

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