Nike Sportswear Ornaments the Air Force 1 Low and Blazer Low With Paisley Swooshes

Each of the retro basketball models are also reworked with canvas uppers.

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Nike and its Sportswear division have plans to distribute many a footwear offering throughout the Spring/Summer ‘21 seasons, and two proposals that have just been added to its release calendar are the Air Force 1 Low and Blazer Low “Paisley” makeups.

Some common design cues between this duo of basketball-turned-lifestyle models include that of the canvas-infused base layers that are decorated with tile-like patterns, black and white graphics that grace the Swooshes, beefed up shoe strings that are presented with creamy complexions and the “Sail” colored midsoles. Notable differences on the Air Force 1 option can be seen through the overlays which deviated with a slightly darker shade of beige as well as the black tongues and tan Swoosh logos that are embroidered into onto the heels. This pair also opts to go with a gum bottom.

The Blazer Lows feature a little pop of color as its tongue tabs and insoles have been prepared with baby blue backgrounds, and its entire bottom unit is coated with a “Sail” outer. Additionally, the heightened heel area of this pair elects to go with a tonal panel and an embroidered white Nike check.

Both pairs are gearing up for a release via Nike Japan on April 17, the AF1 retailing for ¥12,100 (approx. $111 USD) while the Blazer Low will run you ¥11,000 (approx. $101 USD)

Elsewhere in the realm of kicks, a first look of the upcoming Parra x Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration has surfaced.

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