This latest installment opts for the ever-popular work in progress treatment with supple smokey gray leather uppers building the forefront of the shoe along with mesh quarters while a darker shaded leather caps the ankle and heel region showcasing light gray stitches embellishing the upper eyestays and tail of the main lateral Swoosh outlined in the same thread. Pull tabs are found on both the tongue and ankle while a recycled inner sockliner resembles that of fleece. The Grind rubber is more evident in this design as it lines around the heel and makes up the mudguard in a gray over a colorful midsole that sits atop a black traction rubber outsole.
Look out for the Nike Air Force 1 Boot Crater “Dark Smoke Grey” to release in the coming weeks at select retailers and Nike’s website for $180 USD.
In case you missed it, here’s the official images of the Nike Dunk High “Cargo Khaki.”