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The Nike Air Force 1 Low becomes adorned with iridescent uppers and logos positioned upside down.

The Nike Air Force 1 Low‘s 40th anniversary continues to deliver experimental styles of Bruce Kilgore’s iconic design.
Recently, the “presidential” silhouette from 1983 emerged in an iridescent ensemble that ushers in Nike Sportswear’s “Just Do It” messaging in eye-catching style. Overlays throughout the sneaker’s top-half take on different shades of brown and green depending on the angle and lighting conditions. Swooshes on the sidewalls opt for a standard leather build, but branding on the spine favors an upside down arrangement. The tongue, laces, and inner-lining deviates in an all-black look that allows for the rest of the upper to revel in the spotlight. Lace dubraes bring motivational messaging to the Air Force 1. Lastly, sole units round out the shoe in a clean white makeover.
Enjoy official photos of the pair ahead, and anticipate a nike.com launch soon.
In related sneaker news, check out the latest Air Jordan 1 releases.


Photos via Nike

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