Blending in formal and everyday styles, the AF1 arrives in a sail and white color scheme for its leather upper. The upper is adorned with brogue-style perforations on the side panels and toe box. Giving the shoe added ventilation and a unique pattern, the perforations match uniquely cut panel around the eyelets. The mesh tongue features a brown leather tongue label and waxed laces. The heel tabs utilize mismatched fabrics that include plaid and seersucker stripes, highlighting various fabric patterns. The shoe sits atop a tan-colored rubber outsole to round out the design.
Look out for the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Brogue” hitting select retailers and online at Nike in the coming weeks.
In other footwear news, Brandon Ingram officially signs Jordan Brand sneaker deal.