The Nike Air Force 1 Low "404 Error 2.0" Is Limited to 404 Pairs

Swapping leather for a lenticular material.

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.SWOOSH’s Nike Air Force 1 Low “404 Error” has surfaced in a new form: the Nike Air Force 1 Low “404 Error 2.0.” In the alternate iteration of the internet-inspired sneaker – which is aptly limited to just 404 pairs – the upper appears in a lenticular material and sees its individual product number stamped on the heel.

While the first edition of the shoe saw an outer crafted from leather, the 2.0 swaps the outer’s leather material for a sleek, internet-esque lenticular treatment.

Similar to the initial “Nike Air Force 1 Low “404 Error”, the sneakers are sans seams and features the signature .SWOOSH emblem. “404 Error” is stamped on the medial heel with “The requested upper was not found. Try again.” written underneath. A white midsole and translucent outsole polish off the design.

Take a closer look at the shoes in the gallery above.

The Nike Air Force 1 Low “404 Error 2.0” release is set to take place via Nike SNKRS exclusive access on April 23 at a price of $150 USD for .SWOOSH members only. For those who have yet to sign up to participate on the platform, you have until April 18 to register and be eligible for this drop.

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