Release of the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Multicolor” DR5648-030
As the world waits for some of the high-profile Nike Air Force 1 Low collaborations set for 2022, the silhouette continues to emerge in refreshing general colorways. Recently, Bruce Kilgore’s 40-year-old design emerged in a non-standard build with a spring-ready multi-color arrangement.
The upper is constructed entirely of canvas, with experimental stitching creating an updated look for Kilgore’s iconic Air Force 1. Beige, Soft Pink and Easter Green liven up the upper half of the pair, with the latter tone covering the profile swooshes and some panels around the tongue. Neon Yellow picks up on the aforementioned stitching, which appears “randomly” at the toe and along the profiles, while livening up branding on the top of the tongue and top of the heel. Finally, as indicated by the swoosh wheel graphic on the sock liners, the underfoot soles indulge in partially recycled construction, contributing to the brand’s sustainability initiatives.
Enjoy official images of the pair ahead and anticipate a Nike.com launch soon.
Elsewhere under the NIKE, Inc umbrella, the Air Jordan 1 “Georgetown” is slated for release in the US on April 2.
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