Nike Reveals a Trio of Air Force 1 Lows With Golden Trim

“Oil Green”, “White” and “Black” colorways are on deck.

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Nike and its Nike Sportswear division is home to some of the most iconic silhouettes that the sneaker industry has even seen, and one of the models that continues to withstand the test of time is the Air Force 1. And to cap off the month of July, the Swoosh team is gearing up to deliver a three-pronged set of the classic model, all of which are graced with luxe golden trim.

Arguably the most striking variation of the three is the “Oil Green” offering. The UNDEFEATED-reminiscent hue dominates a majority of the base as it floods the tongues, laces and leather paneling while notes of black tap the tongue tabs, Swooshes, heel overlays and interior liners. Pops of gold appear on the forefoot Swooshes, midsole Air hits, tongue branding, heel embroidery and around the side panel Swooshes. Elsewhere in the set you’ll find “White” and “Black” iterations. The former almost channels a look similar to that of the white Power Ranger, while the latter rendition more so skews to the elevated side of the spectrum.

Peep a closer look at each pair here above and be on the lookout for Nike to drop them in the coming weeks for $110 USD.

In case you missed it, first images of the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk High “By Any Means” have emerged in navy and red.

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