The upcycled cork is prominently highlighted on the shoe’s upper, paired with a set of yellow swooshes that lay atop a light green underlay, reminsicent of the pineapple colorway. The “Happy Pineapple” logo is seen on the tongues while the heel tab continues the yellow hue and contrasts against the white midsole and cinder-colored rubber outsole. The outsole appears speckled in a similar texture and chocolate-browne hue, carrying forward the cork-inspired aesthetic. The insoles also stick with the theme, seemingly also constructed out of cork.
The pair is expected to release in the coming weeks at select retailers and online at Nike. The price of the sneakers has yet to be confirmed.
In other Nike Air Force 1 Low iterations, the “Goddess of Victory” features angel wing-like tongues.