Nike Air Force 1 Receives Exotic "Tiger" Update

Featuring a shaggy suede overlay and a “Fuel Orange” Swoosh.

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Nike debuted a wild take on its signature Air Force 1 silhouette: a bold “Tiger” print rendition constructed with suede and various other premium materials.

A safari on foot, the shaggy animal print overlay provides the staple shoe with an entirely new texture. Its suede and leather upper is split by a “Fuel Orange” Swoosh, while the brown-and-orange tiger stripes command the silhouette from front to back. The low-cut shoe features a foam midsole for maximal comfort and perforations at the toe for breathability.

Tongues feature a contrasting black detailing under the brand’s orange logo, while the heel supplies the shoe’s classic iconography in the same colorway. A “Coconut Milk” leather fills in the gaps between the suede animal print, and one final branding element, “AIR,” appears on the midsole.

Nike’s “Tiger” Air Force 1 silhouette will be available to shop on the brand’s webstore beginning June 4 at 10 a.m. EDT for $130 USD.

Take a look at Nike’s “Leopard” Air Force 1s, which will also hit the market on the same date.

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