Most of the shoe embodies a clean monochromatic design, except for a handful of “Light Blue” panels that add lively accents to the colorway, starting with the “Nike” patch logo at the top of the shoe. Other blue highlights appear on the heel tab, an embroidered “Nike” label, as well as on the sidewalls, the main Swoosh. Furthermore, details like “Leopard” panels in suede and a semi-translucent outsole offer a crisp finish to the shoe’s design.
No official release dates have been confirmed, but Nike’s Air Force 1 “Leopard” is expected to land soon on the label’s website for $130 USD.
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