Every year, Nike tends to up its creativity ante when it comes to styling the ever-iconic Air Force 1 Low. Several adventurous iterations of the model have captured the sneaker community’s attention as of late such as its coffee-toned variant as well as its movie popcorn-inspired installment, and now it’s being propelled into our midst with a brand new makeover inspired by the beach.
Designed as if ready for a week-long paradise getaway, the Nike Sportswear offering is served up with sandy-inspired color-blocking and a striking multi-paneled look. Perhaps the most beckoning elements of these kicks are the sand-colored suede as their shaggy textures stand out across the forefoot, higher mid-foot and heels. From there, refreshing a “Coconut Milk” hue tumbles onto the Swooshes and lateral/medial rears, the latter of which slightly deviate in shading between its blocky regions. If you take a gander at the tongues, one can notice that they trade out the usual leather constructions for a hemp fabric whose beige complexion matches up with the tonal lace dubraes towards the bottom of the throat. Additional traits to bring to light include the “Summit White” toe boxes and laces, as well as the exposed stitches and heel Swooshes which are rotated sideways.
Shifting the focus to the bottom, the midsoles and outsoles are identically coated with an all-white outer.
For those interested in copping, you can find these dropping via Nike in Europe come February 20 for £104.95 (approx. $143 USD)