Nike Debuts Two New Nike Air Force 1 "Moving Company" Silhouettes

Featuring retro branding and toggle lacing.

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Developing a functional aesthic is a new Nike Air Force 1 “Moving Company” line featuring retro branding and a clean utility-focused aesthetic. Marking the debut of the new series are low-top pairs in black and high-tops in beige.

The Nike Air Force 1 Lows feature white contrast stitching across the canvas side panels and toebox with white Swoosh outlines running across the laterals. Blue toggle laces incorporate waxed lace tips and a bronze lock system while Nike Moving Co. labels display custom snail Swoosh artwork on the pre-distressed tongue tags and insoles. Rounding out the design are white sole units with black “AIR” branding. The Highs feature a similar paneled canvas construction with purple nylon ankle straps, black toggle laces, and bright yellow insoles.

Take an official look at the new Nike Air Force 1 “Moving Company” pairs above and stay tuned for release updates.

Elsewhere in footwear, ASICS unveils a retro-futuristic UB5-S GEL NIMBUS 9 colorway.

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