Nike unveils additional colors for the Air Force 1
After unveiling the Nike Air Force 1 Ultra Flyknit in a high colorway, Nike gave Sneakers Magazine the hookup for an exclusive feature on the shoe, including additional colors and a few low top versions that y'all were clamoring for.
The article itself takes us through the history of the designers for Nike's most iconic shoes. The original designer of the Air Force 1, Bruce Kilgore, was originally a sculptor. Tinker Hatfield, the visionary Air Jordan designer, was first an architect before become a sneaker designer.
The article attempts to connect the Flyknit texture's look to popular modern architecture, but we'll skip all that nonsense and get to the kicks.
We get a new look at a beautiful iridescent pair of low tops that include some very clean details, including ice soles at the heel and toe of the shoe. There's a neon green and black pair of lows, and a pair of high tops in the original multicolor Flyknit texture.
Do y'all have a favorite now that there are more colorways?