Uppers are dressed in smooth white and cream leathers, with a pastel yellow and orange Nike Swoosh adorning the laterals. The “Move to Zero” pinwheel logo is placed on the neon in-soles in black and on the heel tab in multi-colored Regrind rubber. The recycled material is also used on the white speckled crater foam midsole and gray outsole panels to complete the look.
Take a look at the official photos for the Nike Air Force 1 Crater above, and stay tuned for a release in the coming weeks at Nike’s website and select retailers for $110 USD.
In other footwear news, the Nike Dunk Low “NY vs NY” receives a release date.