Sporting leather and suede on its upper, this “Deep Freeze” AF1 High Utility 2.0 iteration sees a distinct blend of icy blue and grey hues in different panels. The tonal tongue in nylon mesh dons an experimental tongue label, while the denim buckle velcro strap runs over and around the collars accented by hits of neon green. More branding can be found on the insoles and the sidewalls sporting translucent Swooshes. Deepening the midsoles is a deconstructed edging design highlighted by green stitching. A rugged elevated sole unit offers extra grip and utility during slick conditions.
Priced at $110 USD, the Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 “Deep Freeze” is set to drop sometime this year via Nike and at select retailers.
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