Starting off with the Air Force 1 Low model, the design features the classic crisp all-white leather construction on the upper, marked with hints of royal blue on the tongue and heel branding. On the lateral, a quadruple set of contrasting-sized Swoosh logos in royal blue, forest green, red and an embroidered white print the sides. A sail-colored midsole and outsole seal the look.
The Air Max Plus follows a nearly identical colorway with a white mesh base, signature plastic overlays, and fresh leather on the mudguard and heel, while the royal blue details continue as it sprinkles on the toe, tongue, and midsole. Swooshes in red, teal, royal blue, and a faint gray decorate the side panels. A white midsole and cream-colored outsole complete the design.
Closing off the series is the Air Max Plus 3 also following the white trend with its mesh base, uppers, and leather overlays. The lateral panels feature a distinct colorway with orange, black, gray, and yellow patch Swooshes. Black details line around the ankle and heel areas as well as the eyelets. Tn logos mark the tongues, heel and outsole to finish off the sneaker.
The triple series is set to release soon on the brand’s website with the Nike Air Max Plus to retail at $160 USD and $190 USD for the Nike Air Max Plus 3, while the Nike Air Force 1 Low’s price has yet to be announced.
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