Take an Official Look at the Nike Air Force 1 Low "Black Paisley"

Adding a touch of detail to the minimal silhouette.

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Nike is releasing yet another rendition of its classic Air Force 1. The latest Nike Air Force 1 Low comes in “Black Paisley,” offering just a touch of detail for the minimalist wearer.

The new offering features the shoe’s clean white tumbled leather upper, matching the tongue, lace and the branded heels and AF1 rubber sole. What differs from a regular pair of white AF1 Lows is the shoe’s Black Paisley print seen highlighting the Swooshes and heels. The Paisley can be seen underlying the Nike branding embroidery on the heel.

Check out the official photos of the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Black Paisley.” Look out for the shoe at select retailers and on Nike. The price is set for $100 USD.

Elsewhere in footwear, take a first look at the Nike Dunk High “Moon Fossil.”

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