At the top of the shoe is a black and white “Nike Air” tongue tag, followed by a set of cream-colored laces. There’s a small motif around the ankles, complemented by a black mini-Swoosh at the sidewalls and an orange heel tab. The rest of the shoe’s uppers are constructed in white full-grain leather, while the heel is decorated with a teal-colored heel strip and rows of “Nike” branding. As a final touch, the shoe comes with a vintage off-white midsole to complete the ’80s look.
Though no official release dates have been announced, Nike’s Air Force 1 Low “Starfish” is expected to be available soon on Nike’s website for $90 USD.
In case you missed it, here’s a look at Nike’s new and sustainable Air Force 1 Crater Flyknit “Wolf Grey.”