The Air Force 1 Low gets “Volt” Swooshes and a repurposed Nike Grind. kicksonomics.com

The Air Force 1 Low gets “Volt” Swooshes and a repurposed Nike Grind.

The Nike Air Force 1 Low has been available in hundreds of different styles for the past 38 years. In addition, the iconic design of Bruce Kilgore helped make emerging technologies such as Flyknit and Nike React-foam popular. The newest option supported by the popular silhouette is Nike Grind, a substance made out of recyclable waste.

It’s an “all-“Black” top with a dazzling ‘Volt’ profile of tongue swooshes and brands. With this waste-conscious shoe. The Starry Night model also performs the cuff, producing a new difference from the less subdued upper half; The Nike Grind material is in charge of the upper heel panel. The “colorless” feet are highlighted in the Space Hippies line, in addition to the complexity of the neon-green “AIR”.

Enjoy official photographs of Air Force 1’s next low-top and expect a Nike.com debut in the near future.

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