Unlike the Pixel variation, the current shoe prefers a less vibrant colorway with a crisp white leather upper base decorated with minimal pops of color. A purple resin lace deubré sits at the bottom of the laces while a translucent turquoise hue hits the tongue tab. Each heel tab features a gridded globe with a different facial expression and headphones along with interchangeable translucent colored tabs and bolts. The sockliners share a vibrant orange shade while the lateral Swoosh logo is sewn on in a grid pattern outlined in neon green. The words “Have A Good Game” are debossed on the lateral heels over a white midsole and translucent rubber outsole to cap off the design.
Look out for the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Have A Good Game” to release in the coming months at select retailers and Nike’s website.
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