The shoe’s uppers are mostly black, decorated with bright palettes, like teal, blue, red and yellow. A light blue “Nike” tag is placed at the top of the tongue, complemented by teal-toned mesh at the ankles. Crisp white laces cover the forefoot, while a yellow Swoosh is placed over the sidewalls. The rest of the uppers come in black, made up of contrasting materials like mesh and suede. On the insole is a motif of two hands holding, conveying a message of bringing people together. All of these details rest over a black midsole, finished off with a vibrant two-toned outsole.
No official release dates of this colorway of Nike’s Air Force 1 have been confirmed but the shoe is expected to release soon on the label’s website for $110 USD.
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