Most of the shoe’s uppers are covered in a “Light Smoke Gray” tone, complemented by bright pops of orange and dark purple. Two orange pull tabs appear at the top of the shoe, over a retro-inspired tongue and a heel panel that features an upside-down “Nike” logo. Accompanying these details are purple accents on the drawcord and a large sticker placed on the heel. All of these features rest over a tonal gray midsole, underscored by a thin purple outsole to finish off the shoe’s Phoenix Suns-inspired design.
No official release dates for Nike’s Air Force 1 Experimental “Suns” have been confirmed but the shoe is expected to arrive soon on Nike’s website for $130 USD.
In case you missed it, Nike accessorized its Air Force 1 Low with metallic silver paneling.