There’s certainly plenty of conversation going around the sneaker community about how
Uppers are built with the usual materials as supple leathers make up the side paneling while a breathable mesh is used for the tongues. Save for the stark black notes found on the Nike branding on top of the tongues and the insoles, the rest of the base layer is clad in a crisp white hue. Both the midsoles and the treading down below contribute to its angelic appeal as each of these components are also served up with colorless finishes. If you’re on the hunt for an alternative to your all-white Air Force 1s and want another low and sleek Nike model to add to your warm weather rotation, these just might be the ones to cop.
Nike hasn’t announced a release date yet, but it’s likely that SNKRS and other retailers will be dropping these in the coming months.
In case you missed it, official photos of the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Hare” have surfaced.