The Latest Nike Air Force 1 Luxe "Black Gum" Gets You Winter-Ready

Built to withstand the harshest of winters.

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With the Fall season just around the corner, Nike is already planning a release for the much colder, winter months. In its next lineup of Nike Air Force 1 Luxe silhouettes, the sneaker brand has recently announced the arrival of the black, bucktan and gum yellow colorway.

This pair of Nike Air Force 1 Lows is constructed in a full tumbled leather upper, paired with smooth leather overlays on the Swoosh and the heel. To ensure that it is prepared for the harshest of winter weather including snowstorms, the nylon tongues are water-resistant and are seen atop a black midsole and gum rugged outsole to round out the shoe. The gum outsole appears to be slip resistance, providing wearers with more grip on the slippery ground sure to occur during the winter season.

The sneaker is set to drop later this year for a retail price of $120 USD on Nike.

Elsewhere in footwear, the Air Jordan 1 Mid surfaces in a new earth tone colorway.

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