Let’s dive right into the design aspects of each take. The Air Force 1 Low is definitely the more eye-catching variant of the duo as it is styled with louder exteriors, the leathers that form its upper base being glazed with a “Fireberry” tone throughout. Accents of “Turf Orange” and “Light Liquid Lime” play supporting roles, the former of which swathes the Swooshes while the latter is shown through the Nike branding on the tongues and heels, exposed stitches that border the Swooshes, and the phrases “Move Your Body and “Move Your Sole” phrasing that splits between the lateral rear ends of each foot.
Now, let’s lob the attention over to the Blazer Mid ‘77 sibling. Understated in look, this installment selects to go with the traditional two-toned color-blocking by crafting its white leather upper in white, and balancing out its accents with “Fireberry” skins to the Swooshes and heel panels. “Light Liquid Lime” are also present, but used sparingly atop the backside’s “World Tour” lettering. Furthermore, the usual forefoot suede overlays and midsoles stick to the original design cues with grey and white coatings.
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