Nike’s Air Force 1 Low Retro Comes Dressed in "Light Smoke Grey"

Coming alongside a toothbrush hangtag that celebrates the silhouette’s 40th anniversary.

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Nike loves to take familiar and classic color schemes and rework them with various materials or constructions to generate revitalized footwear iterations. One example of that is the Air Force 1 Low. The Swoosh is currently working with its “color of the month” and for October, it’s “Light Smoke Grey.”

With this in mind, the Oregon-based footwear giant had just presented its latest edition of its Air Force 1 Low Retro. The design comes covered in a “Light Smoke Grey” construction as the upper, laces, mesh tongues, and inner liner are all coated in the same grey hue. The sneaker also comes with translucent jewel Swooshes on the side panels, while white rubber midsoles break the color scheme up alongside the translucent outsoles. Rounding off the release, the sneakers are accompanied by a special toothbrush hangtag — used to celebrate the silhouette’s 40th anniversary.

You can have a closer look at the Nike Air Force 1 Low Retro “Light Smoke Grey” above and it will be available on the official Nike website and select retailers soon for $150 USD.

In other footwear news, take a look at the Nike Air Huarache “Social F.C.”

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