OG vibes make their way onto this new colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Low which is highlighted by Metallic Silver Swoosh branding. This Bruce Kilgore-designed silhouette takes on a low top construction as the upper gets blanketed in a white smooth leather construction along with tonal detailing on the tongues, laces, inner liner, heel tabs, and rubber midsoles. The highlight of this Air Force 1 is the Metallic Silver Swooshes on the side panels along with matching embroidered Nike branding on the heels. To cap off the design we see grey detailing on the insoles, tongue and midsole branding, and the rubber outsoles. Air Force 1 fans can look for this Nike Air Force 1 Low “Silver Swoosh” to release in the coming weeks.
For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Nike Air Force 1 Low Color of The Month Metallic Silver.
In release news, the highly anticipated Air Jordan 1 High OG Lost & Found finally releases on November 19th.
UPDATE (11/18): The Nike Air Force 1 Low Color of The Month Metallic Silver will be releasing via SNKRS and select retailers on December 1st for a price tag of $150.
Got your fave color yet? No worries. The “Color of the Month” series let 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 Air Force 1 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 White and Metallic Silver colorway (and even a shoe cleaning brush), 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.