From dressing up in Brogue Wingtips to matching the energy of the early 70s with suede and old-school logos, the Nike Air Force 1 has explored a versatile range of offerings this summer season. Recently, the Bruce Kilgore design prepared a premium tooled take on the low-top silhouette cured in clad shades of “Light Bone”.
The suede and ballistic mesh panels that construct the upper are done up in tonal sail shades, electing neutral-based color matches along the tongue and across the entirety of the sole unit underfoot. While vibrant turquoise heel tab logos inject an off-putting titular hue into the mix, the tongue tab and profile swooshes instead elect for an earth-based dark olive compliment. Elsewhere, a striking “Vivid Sulfur” shade enters the mix, anchoring the rope laces while harmonizing with the nylon sock liner.
Enjoy official images of the Air Force 1 Low PRM “Light Bone” below as we await further release details in the meantime.
In other news from the Beaverton-based brand, the Kobe 6 Protro has been prepared in “Team USA” player exclusives for the FIBA World Cup.
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