Nike's Air Force 1 Low Arrives in Faded Pastel Hues

Hinting at the Easter holidays ahead.

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Continuing to celebrate the 40th-anniversary of Bruce Kilgore‘s iconic silhouette, Nike reveals an Air Force 1 dressed in soft pastel hues reminiscent of Easter holidays.

The upcoming pairs are found in multicolored canvas uppers featuring “Sail/Green/Red/Tan” panels pieced together with yellow contrast stitching. The Move to Zero pinwheel logo is featured on the white tongue tags and olive insoles indicating the use of recycled materials while Nike logos appear on the heel tabs. A bronze AF1 lace deubré adorns the off-white laces and a speckled white rubber sole unit below completes the spring-ready design.

Take an official look at the upcoming Air Force 1 above, and look for the pairs to arrive in the coming weeks at Nike’s website and select retailers.

Elsewhere in footwear, a stolen U-Haul carrying $250,000 USD-worth of adidas Yeezy sneakers has been recovered.

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