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Nike Air Force 1 Low Comes Blue Cloud Uppers and Icy Soles

Nike continues to release new Air Force 1s that come with an icy finish for the fall season.

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Before it became a sportswear staple, the Nike Air Force 1 Low was born as a basketball shoe. This edition of the retro silhouette taps into that hardwood heritage with a color scheme that nods to vintage uniforms. Classic shades of Pacific Blue and University Red blend with gradients to create an ‘80s-era aesthetic, while hits of White give the makeup a clean feel.

Nike Air Force 1 Low Pacific Blue Release Date

Look for the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pacific Blue” to release on December 12th at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $120 USD.

Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pacific Blue”
Color: Pacific Blue/University Red-White
Style Code: DC1404-100
Release Date: December 12, 2020
Price: $120

Nike Air Force 1 Low DC1404-100 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low DC1404-100 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low DC1404-100 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low DC1404-100 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low DC1404-100 Release Date

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