Nike Air Force 1 “White Bag”: The classic gets a new color scheme
The Nike Air Force 1 appeared for the first time in 1982. It was the first basketball shoe to feature the then revolutionary “Nike Air” technology. The soft, springy cushioning and legendary style created a real hype about the Air Force 1, which continues to this day. It quickly made it from the hall parquet to the streets of the world.
Air Force 1 has been closely associated with New York City since its inception. Nike celebrates this connection with a homage to the bodegas, small mom and pop shops that are so dear to New Yorkers’ hearts, in the form of the Air Force 1 “White Bag”. The color scheme is inspired by the plastic bags used by these small grocery stores across town. (Also read: Nike Air Force 1: New model scores with proven design and fresh details)
Buy here: Nike Air Force 1 “White Bag”, from Nike, around 110 euros, via Nike
The Nike Air Force 1 “White Bag”
The sneakers are decorated with a rose illustration and a green “Air” lettering in the form of a stem on the side midsole. The Air Force 1 “White Bag” is made of a white smooth leather upper material. The pair features a Swoosh smiley detail on the sockliner with a “Have a Nike Day” lettering and repetitive Swoosh branding in red on the tongue. The classic white outsole completes the look. The shoe is packed with its own convenience store bag.
Nike Air Force 1 “White Bag”: This is what the new model costs
The Nike Air Force 1 “White Bag” will be available worldwide on February 25th Nike.com and published through selected retailers at a retail price of around 110 euros.
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