Kicking things off, the rain-ready upper again removes the typical perforation and much of the shoe’s stitching in favor of cleaner seams that minimize the opportunity for water to seep through. As a result, the Swooshes are created via an outline rather than being attached like normal. From collar to outsole, a soft gray hue remains consistent with a hit of black appearing at the tongue tag only. The heel features debossed branding while the stitched midsole is supported by a translucent outsole to complete the look.
At the time of writing, Nike has yet to disclose any details surrounding the debut of the Air Force 1 Low WP. Look for it to land on shelves in this all-gray colorway in the coming months via Nike and select retailers.
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