The detail introduction of Nike Force 1

By | January 10, 2018

The detail introduction of Nike Force 1

Throw in a white midsole, and the Ironman Air force 1 Low is a wrap. There’s nothing cleaner than a fresh pair of Air force 1 Low. While the white-on-white rightfully gets re-released constantly, this Birch/White model clearly evokes memories of the “Linen” Air force 1 Low, which has yet to see re-release. This Nike retro style Air force 1 Low hosts a predominantly birch colored upper. Birch leather on the toe, lace panel, and heel lay on a woven base of the same color. White is used for the swoosh, inner liner, laces, and midsole. However, it is the soft brown/tan colors on the upper and on the midsole that give this retro style shoe its flavor.This Air force 1 Low Low Premium is a result of a collaboration between Futura and Nike. Futura and Nike have been part of collaborations before, so both sides are familiar with each other. This latest Nike Air force 1 Low comes in an Metallic Silver/White-Purple colorway. This particular retro lifestyle shoe is done up in an eye-popping metallic silver base comprised of premium leather (toe area) and perforated leather (side and heel panels).

The eye catching retro lifestyle Nike Air Force Shoes is broken up into two separate textures with the toe box using a sporting perforated feel as opposed the mid panel and rear, which are heavily perforated. We have already witnessed a plethora of special edition Nike Air Force Shoes releases this month including the 2010 All-Star Air Force 1. However, there is one more, highly-anticipated Nike Air Force Shoes release that is sure to bring out a lot of sneaker enthusiasts.

Now it looks like the kids are getting in on the fun, with a GS release of an Iron man themed Nike Air Force 1 retro basketball shoe. The retro basketball shoe features a patent leather upper, combining team red and metallic gold to represent the superhero’s armor.Nike Air Force 1 with Team red makes up the toe, laces, mid-foot, heel panel, swoosh, and outsole. The Iron man franchise appears to be on track for a big summer, starting with Robert Downey Jr. reprising his role as Tony Stark in the Iron man sequel in May. Nike is never a company known to shy away from capitalizing on a big opportunity. We’ve already seen the Iron man edition of the Nike Air Force 1.

This article from thank you!