Clean and simple color blocking highlights this new colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Low. This offering of the low top Uptown starts off with a white leather construction all over the upper with tonal detailing seen on the laces, tongue, inner liner, and rubber midsole. For color and contrast we see red on the leather Swooshes, insoles, the Nike branding on the tongues and heels, and the “AIR” on the midsole. A gum rubber outsole down below caps off the look on this Nike Air Force 1 Low that will be making its way to select Nike retailers soon.
For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Nike Air Force 1 Low Color of The Month University Red.
Here’s your reminder that the Air Jordan 1 High WMNS Newstalgia (Varsity Red) releases next week.
UPDATE (8/5): Nike has announced that the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Color of The Month” in White/University Red will be releasing via SNKRS on August 11th for $150.
Got your fave color yet? No worries. The “Color of the Month” series lets you feed your need while celebrating a little-known piece of Nike history—the original Color of the Month series, back in 1984, may have saved the AF1 from extinction. That’s right, a reissue was uncertain in the shoe’s beginning, but sports shops in Baltimore saw them selling like hot cakes and knew the AF1 would become synonymous with street fashion and culture. So, they asked for custom colorways to sell from their storefronts…and the rest is history. From pristine materials to this crisp University Red and White colorway, and even a shoe-cleaning toothbrush, this edition delivers a lesson in coveted off-court style. Every time you rock ’em, be sure to think of the visionary shopkeepers in Baltimore that made it all happen.