Nike Wraps the Air Force 1 Low “Color of the Month” With Reptilian Textures

A clean addition to the Nike’s long-running series.

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Nike has officially unveiled a new Air Force 1 Low addition to its long-running “Color of the Month” series.

The classic silhouette looks simple at first glance with its all-white uppers, but that’s quickly contrasted by the leather reptilian overlays wrapped around the tip, heel and past the panel. Its white panel swoosh features an extra detailing of four stitched X-marks near the heel, with other branding hits found on the tongue tag, insole, midsole, heel and dubrae. The shoe rests on a white midsole and outsole, with matching laces tying the shoe together for a clean finish.

Check out the photos above. The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Color of the Month” is set to drop soon at select retailers and Nike for a retail price tag of $150 USD.

Elsewhere in footwear, Yoohn Ahn has teased an AMBUSH x Nike Air Force 1 Low in blue.

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