With a penchant for finding design inspiration in the far reaches of culture, art, and history, Nike’s innovative spirit now pays homage to the rich heritage of indigenous peoples. The result is a stunningly unique Nike Air Force 1 Low, drawing heavily on the vibrant colors, distinct patterns, and traditional materials typically associated with aboriginal crafts.
This particular design for the Air Force 1 Low seems to pay tribute to the intricacy of aboriginal quilt patterns. A notable feature that sets this shoe apart is the strikingly ornate patchwork that adorns the heel, composed of geometric shapes and meticulous patterns reminiscent of aboriginal quilts. The touch of loose, frilly thread ends further emphasizes the handmade aesthetic, infusing each shoe with a feeling of authenticity and tradition.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low offers a simple, clean design with an all-White leather upper, featuring perforations on the toe box and side panels for breathability. Elsewhere on the shoe, multi-colored contrast stitching on the Swoosh logo and the midsole add the finishing touches to this culturally-enriched design. Every stitch seems to tell a story, further enriching this model’s backstory and its deep connections to aboriginal artistry. Completing the design is the silver-plated tongue branding atop a semi-translucent outsole.
What is the difference between Air Force 1 and Air Force 1 shadow?
As the name suggests, the Air Force 1 here has been given all of its design elements with a shadow, that is, in a double version. In addition, the midsole comes in a chunkier style and in a layered look as well.
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