Nike Air Force 1 Low Celebrates 40 Years by Paying Homage to History of Logos

Arriving in an all-white iteration with gold and maroon detailing.

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Nike continues to pay homage to its classic Air Force 1 Low silhouette, this time highlighting the brand’s history of logos of the past few decades.

This particular offering sees the Air Force 1 dressed in a crisp, clean, all-white color scheme. The shoe is constructed in its usual leather build featuring mesh tongues and lining. The highlight of the shoe sees layers of the logos seen on the Swoosh itself, a mini Swoosh embossed into the panels near the toe box, and overlapping “Nike Air” branding on the tongue, as well as the heel tab. The pair also arrives with a gold lace charm that matches the top eyelet. As a nod to the four decades the insole also features the numbers “82-22” which marks the year the shoe was first released and now. The shoe sits atop a cream outsole to round out the design.

Take a look above at the official images of the celebratory Nike Air Force 1 Low slated to hit retailers and on Nike later this year.

Elsewhere in footwear, the Nike Air Zoom Flight 95 OG “True Red” is making a return this year.

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