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Utilizing the brand’s soft stretch Flyknit fabric for the uppers, black, white and Neon Green hues are stitched together to outline the overlay placements that surround the toe box and ankle collar. Black-spotted textures fill in the toe box and lateral panels featuring Swooshes outlined with TPU strips. Black suede leather eyestays add a slight contrast to the knit material surrounding a green tongue with a translucent dubrae made of Crater foam. Nike Air branding elements are found on the heel tab and tongue tab while the insoles feature a reptile graphic to further align with the whole design. Building on Nike’s Move to Zero movement, the cream midsole and raw blended rubber outsole add contrast to complete the overall look.
The Air Force 1 Crater Flyknit “Black Volt” is set to hit the shelves in the new future at select retailers and Nike for $110 USD.
For more potential additions to your rotation, the Nike Dunk Low “Graffiti” recently surfaced in an alternate bavy colorway.