Although the Nike Air Force 1 Low officially debuted in 1983, it’s joined in on the 40th anniversary for Bruce Kilgore’s 1982 icon.
Recently, the low-top variant of the made-for-basketball design appeared in a greyscale finish complimented by 1990s-reminiscent “Volt” flair. While not officially touted as a pair inspired by the original Air Max 95, the color palette is far too similar to Sergio Lozano’s 27-year-old design to be coincidental. The bulk of the Air Force 1‘s upper and sole unit indulges in either shades of grey or black, with the neon green animating branding on the tongue and the non-standard pull tab at the spine. Together, each aforementioned component further expands the sneaker’s already-extensive catalog of colorways, while also demonstrating that decades-old color combinations can still feel fresh in the modern day.
Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, and anticipate a Nike.com launch soon.
Elsewhere under the “Swoosh” banner, the Tom Sachs Nike partnership is set to release more footwear before 2022 ends.
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Nike Air Force 1 Low
Release Date: 2022
Color: N/AMens: N/A Style Code: DZ4510-001
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