Nike Nike Brings A New “Schematic” Theme To The Air Force 1 Low

Nike Brings A New “Schematic” Theme To The Air Force 1 Low

Currently in its 38th year, the Nike Air Force 1 is still a hallmark for the Swoosh, even ranking second among the Top 10 Best-Selling Sneakers of 2019 (U.S.). Positioned to continue being integral to Nike’s future, the last decade alone has seen the ‘82-classic reimagined with everything from Flyknit and GORE-TEX to platform midsoles and REACT-cushioning. Sprinkled all-throughout, of course, has been an arguably unrivaled back-catalog full of general and special releases, both carrying on the model’s heritage across generations. Of the former, a newly-surfaced set of the Air Force 1 Low lays out the silhouette’s inceptive blueprint in “Summit White” and “Laser Orange.”

Clad in divergent hues, uppers on this duo are broken up into various panels. Numbered between “1” and “9,” individual components protrude ever-so-slightly off the lightweight engineered base and are laden with schematic scribbling and grids. Though both AF1s follow the bare-bones approach, “Summit White” pairs carry out the theme in stark red while its inherently louder counterpart does so in a muted pencil-like grey. Down below, the two round out their designs with plain respective white and grey soles.

Take a closer look at these two Air Force 1 Lows here below as you wait for pairs to hit and select retailers in the coming weeks.

Nike Air Force 1 Low ’07 LX
Color: Summit White/Summit White/University Red
Style Code: CI3445-100
Color: Laser Orange/Summit White/Summit White
Style Code: CI3445-800

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