Here's an Official Look at Nike's Air Force 1 "Milky Stork"

Inspired by the Japanese crane.

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Nike has brought a bold refresh to its classic Air Force 1 silhouette. The colorway is called “Milky Stork” and it comes with a handful of contrasting palettes inspired by a Japanese crane.

At the top of the shoe is a red “Nike Air” tongue tag set over a black tongue with black laces. The rest of the shoe contrasts this area with predominantly white uppers. A light matte teal Swoosh is placed at the sidewalls, matching the same tone as the heel tab. Just below, at the rear quarter is a small embroidery of a crane taking flight. Completing the shoe’s minimal design is a teal-toned midsole and a sleek black outsole.

Though no official release dates have been announced, Nike’s Air Force 1 “Milky Stork” is expected to land soon on Nike’s website for $110 USD.

In case you missed it, here’s a look at Nike’s Air Force 1 Crater Flyknit in a clean all-white colorway.

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