Nike Sportswear’s boundary-pushing N.354 imprint has produced several eye-catching products since 2019, but arguably all have been overshadowed by the Nike Air Force 1 Experimental, which has recently emerged in a “Light Smoke Grey/Court Purple/Total Orange” colorway.
Akin to previously-surfaced “Archeo Brown” option, the forthcoming pair boasts an understated base complemented by vibrant colored-accents. Laces, tongues, inner lining and pull tabs boast a predominantly “Total Orange” makeup, while “AIR FORCE 1” text covers the (ostensibly) exposed foam upper. Adhesive shipping labels on the heel allude to the style’s greater theme, which may incorporate other icons under the Nike Sportswear umbrella. Elsewhere, “Court Purple” enters the mix in full force across the outsole, although it also makes cameos on the speed lacing systems toggle and aforementioned sticker-like component.
For (far) less experimental options from NIKE, Inc., check out the Air Jordan 1 “University Blue” set to launch on March 6th.
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Nike Air Force 1
Release Date: Jan 1st, 1970
Color: LT Smoke Grey/Court Purple – Total OrangeMens: N/A
Style Code: CZ1528-001
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