Nike Brushes Up the Air Force 1 With Pony Hair

Just the right amount of lux.

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Nike takes the iconic Air Force 1 silhouette to the stables for a luxe makeover in a “Photon Dust” colorway paired with a pony hair suede. This colorway was originally announced back in May, but we can now take a closer look at the tonal offering

The sportswear giant is no stranger to embellishing its designs with pony hair suede. In the past half-decade a number of releases such as the React Sertu a “Faded Spruce,” Air Jordan 4 “Pony Hair” and the vibrant Air Force 1 Low “Pony Hair” have gotten the same treatment in various renditions.

White full-grain leather covers the entire front uppers, toe box and eyestays with the tongue taking on the same tonal hue. Adding a bit of contrast, the main Swoosh and heel are covered in a cream white pony hair suede with an embroidered “Nike Air” logo peeping out from the heel tab. The whole design lays on top of a fresh white midsole and outsole.

The Nike Air Force 1 “Pony” will retail at €129 EUR (approximately $153 USD) through Asphalt Gold’s raffle which runs from July 13 through July 15.

For more footwear news, take an on-foot look at the Off-White™ x Air Jordan 2 Low “Black/Blue.”

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