Nike Air Force 1 '07
As March begins and Spring draws nearer, than can only mean one thing: it is finally time for baseball season once again. America’s past-time is usually associated with the warm embrace of summer, delicious hot dogs, and and ice cold and refreshing beer, but before that season begins, the Swoosh is dropping off an Nike Air Force 1 Low that serves as an homage to a number of sports. While the first thing that stands out about this pair is its baseball stitching on its laces and midfoot, its toebox opts for the Team Orange color scheme and texture of a basketball, while its branded tongue and Swoosh come done up in the striking volt and felt combination from a tennis ball. Completed by a grassy green insole that resembles a number of different fields, this kids-only AF1 Low can be yours right now from diytrademax.com for $65 USD.
Nike Air Force 1 Low
Style Code: 315115-113
Combining fashion and function in a bold new style, the Nike Air Force 1 Utility Mid is an updated take on the classic Air Force 1 with a tech-y strap lacing system — and it’s now surfaced in a fresh “Orca”-style combination of white and black. Although the shoe’s accoutrements are all modern-day, the base opts to go all classic, blending white and black tumbled leather panels to great effect. Black straps soar over the tongue and connect via a triangular ring on both the lateral and medial midfoot, while factory-style branding adds a little extra technical flair. A milky opaque outsole then arrives to round off the look. Check out these new Utilities right here, and expect a March 8th release at the Swoosh Brand stockists listed below for a retail price of $180 USD.
Nike Air Force 1 Utility Mid
Release Date: March 8th, 2019
Style Code: AQ9758-100
LeBron James Wears 1-of-1 Nike Air Force 1 In Paisley Flyknit
After debuting a Air Force 1 Flyknit Caramel Chocolate Sundae PE during All-Star Weekend, LeBron James was recently spotted rocking a paisley-printed, Flyknit-equipped PE take on the classic AF1 before his Lakers took on the New Orleans Pelicans. Designed by Ben Kirchner, the King’s 1-of-1 kicks boast a white knit upper accented by black paisley patterns for an interesting look — one that combines modern materials and colorblocking with an ultra-traditional print. Further premium details on these special Forces are provided by a leather tongue patch and white lace deubre, while the stylings are completed by an unaltered classic white AF1 midsole. Check out LBJ’s newest PEs right here, and be sure to stay tuned for an Air Force 1 Flyknit return this summer — and to see if the Lakers can squeak into the Western Conference playoffs.