Following the reveal of the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid in a range of color blockings, the in-between cut of the model has continued to explore a more experimental vein in contrast to its staple low-top effort. Synonymous with the on-court days of Bobby Jones and Moses Malone, the Bruce Kilgore design now opts for a tonal sail execution.
The ensuing summer season has endeared the AF1 to a recurring use of soft canvas, employed here across the base layer just like its “Mica Green” counterpart from late April. In contrast to the latter, a monochrome aesthetic is achieved in full, spreading a light “Bone” tint from the smallest embellishments to the leather overlays and rubber midsole. Providing a subtle contrast throughout the silhouette’s various logos, dark hits of “Baroque Brown” contrast the richly textured blank ensemble in closing.
Enjoy a detailed look at the Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Bone/Baroque Brown” below as we await further release details.
In other news from the Beaverton brand, the Air Jordan 1 Golf will be joining Eastside Golf’s upcoming “1961” collection.
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