Nike Air Force 1 Experimental USPS release information

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Nike N.354’s Air Force 1 Experimental lives up to its nickname with conceptual colorways inspired by everything from the Phoenix Suns to stealth, but now it has appeared in its most unprecedented makeup yet: the one that appears to be based on the USPS Priority Mail shipping boxes. While seeing a shoe inspired by a humble white, red and blue cardboard box is quite surprising, there is another element in play that makes the inspiration even more unique: almost all of Nike’s shipments to the United States are managed by UPS.

The shoe’s cream upper and white midsole are encased in a foam shell, which serves up an inside-out look and is covered in small, repeating blue text accents that read “Air Force 1”. A signature detail arrives on the heel via a white, blue and red badge inspired by the shipping label which changes the standard postal service label to read “Air Force 1“, “N.354”, “For a daily use “and more, all while maintaining a cheeky” From “kick.

Further details are provided by red N. 354 text above the side Swoosh, sport blue toggle system above white laces and dark bay blue on the exposed foam tongue, upturned heel graphics, a collar, zippers and an outsole. Small touches of red on the tongue and sockliner complete the look.

As of this writing, the release date for this USPS-inspired Nike Air Force 1 Experimental has yet to be announced. However, it will likely affect the Nike online store this spring for US $ 120.

Elsewhere in the Swoosh world, Jordan Brand is expected to bring back the Air Jordan 6 “Midnight Navy” later this year.


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