Nike’s latest inline collection has copied and pasted resized Swooshes throughout its lifestyle archives. Most notably attributed to the Air Force 1, the Bruce Kilgore design now resumes the banner’s current amalgamation of Checks with a dot-stitched flavor.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low in this lineup showcases an all-White tumbled leather upper, covering the base, overlays, eyestays, and heel tabs. Soft cream laces and a color-matched midsole add a layer of neutrality to the ensemble at opposite ends whereas the tongue construction and inner lining assume the presiding colorless allure. The side features stitched Swooshes with Greyscale outlining, adding a touch of style to the collection. You’ll also find Nike branding on the tongue labels, insoles, and embroidered heels, complemented by Sail laces and a matching AF1 rubber sole for a cohesive design.
What is the difference between Nike Air Force 1 and AF1 low?
They are pretty much the same shoe. Only difference is the af1 has Air Force one spelled out instead of af1 on the shoe and the midsole is lower on originals.
Why are Air Force 1s so popular?
The classic yet stylish look, proportions, availability, comfort and wearability all factor into the Air Force 1s popularity. Air Force 1s look great with most casual outfits and have a rich history that appeals to sneaker fanatics
The 40 Year Anniversary of the Air Force 1
- 1982 – 1991: AF1s Hit the Courts and the Streets and Ignite Sneaker Culture
- Late 1988 – 2000s: Air Force 1s Become Synonymous with Hip Hop
- 2000s: The AF1 Goes Global
- 2007: Forces Get a Luxe New Look
- 2022: The Nike Air Force 1 Hits 40