The shoe embodies toasty brown and cream palettes. At the top of the shoe is a “Nike Air” tongue tag colored in beige, matching the same tone as the shoe’s smooth leather panels that appear around the eyelets, heel, sidewalls and toecap. The rest of the shoe’s uppers are constructed in light cream canvas for some textural contrast. Other details like dark brown laces and a crisp white midsole complete the shoe’s understated design.
Nike’s Air Force 1 Low “Acorn” will be available on April 29 at select retailers in Japan and on Nike Japan’s website for $130 USD.
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