Much like its outdoors-ready Wild tooling, the Nike Air Force 1’s latest inline collection has paired the Bruce Kilgore design’s staple tumbled leather upper with seldom canvas panels. Joining the burgeoning ensemble of diversely treated footwear, the AF1 Low exercises a tonal ode to the swaying “Sequoia” forests.
From the fabric-filled vamp, quarter panel and tongue to the cracked leather overlays and suede heel tab, the near-entirety of the cobbled-together upper comes anchored in the pitch-dark green shade – much like its Dunk Low counterpart. Brightened neutrals act as a contrasting placeholder throughout the upper, filling the suede mid-foot swoosh and the duo of tab logos dipped in a complimentary set of “Light Orewood Brown” tones that transition in full across the entire sole unit underfoot.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Sequoia” is scheduled to release on August 22nd for a retail price of $140. In the meantime, the pair can be seen in official images below.
In other news from the Beaverton brand, the LeBron 21 “Purple Rain” was recently revealed.
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