Just under a decade ago,
Now, it has been prepared in its infamous “Triple Black.” Typical AF1 elements such as a leather upper and perforated toe box make a return while the heel has been modified with FlyEase accessibility as it slips on and off with no difficulty. While it largely matches the typical look of an AF1, a FlyEase logo appears at the tongue and sockliner.
At the time of writing, Nike has not shared any release details pertaining to this “Triple Black” colorway of the Air Force 1 Low EasyOn. Stay tuned for updates as it’s likely to arrive by the end of the year via Nike and select retailers at a starting price of $115 USD.
For more updates from the world of footwear, be sure to check out a closer look at Kevin Durant’s entry in Nike’s “Year of the Dragon” collection for 2024 — featuring the KD 4 with a dragon wrapping around its heel.