Similar to the design language of the previous pairs, the AF1 features crisp white tumbled leather uppers and classic rubber sole units. Paisley prints adorn the side swooshes and Nike Air embroidered heel tabs, and additional branding accents include gold lettering on the tongue tag and Olive logos on the white insoles.
Paisley patterns have been a well-received introduction from Nike as of late with popular Dunk Low silhouettes also released in different colored bandana prints.
Take a look at the images above, and expect the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Olive Paisley” to arrive in the coming weeks at Nike’s website and select retailers for $100 USD.
Elsewhere in footwear, Nike dresses its Air Huarache in “Yin Yang” motifs.