Crafted with recycled knitted uppers in an off-white hue, the silhouette receives pops of colors via the red-orange panel swooshes, lime green padded tongues and insoles and baby blue heel tabs. Branding can be found on the exposed foam tongue’s logo, which features the swoosh, Air Force 1 and Hemp insignias, the Move to Zero Pinwheel emblem on the insoles, the Air symbol on the midsole and the stitched Nike Air badge on both heel tabs. The shoe rests on a speckled Grind Rubber sole and is finally tied together with complementing white laces.
Take a look at the Nike Air Force 1 “Hemp” variation above, which is set to drop soon on Nike and select retailers.
In other Nike news, the brand is bringing back its Air Kukini runner.