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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Light British Tan” Joins The Notebook Doodle Series

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Nike continues its innovative approach to tapping into classroom nostalgia with the launch of the “Light British Tan” Air Force 1 Low edition, marking an expansion of their latest “Notebook Doodle” series. This addition seamlessly fuses retro allure with modern flair, presenting sneaker enthusiasts with a fresh take on timeless design. With its distinctive color scheme and whimsical doodle-inspired accents, the new release promises to captivate both collectors and trendsetters alike.

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Crafted with precision, the Air Force 1 Low features a palette of Light British Tan and Burgundy Crush, meticulously constructed from a blend of recycled leather, canvas, textiles, and mesh materials. Noteworthy is the inclusion of Nike’s iconic pinwheel logo on the insole, emblematic of the brand’s unwavering commitment to sustainability. However, the standout element of this edition lies in its playful array of notebook-style scribbles embellishing the insoles, ranging from branded motifs to playful symbols, including the iconic “Cool S,” reminiscent of the imaginative doodles often found in students’ notebooks.

Scheduled for a Summer 2024 release, the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Light British Tan” will be available at select Nike Sportswear retailers both in-store and online, including Nike.com. Priced at $125 USD, this offering promises to be a must-have addition to any sneaker collection.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low
Color: Light British Tan/Burgundy Crush
Style Code: FQ8713-200
Release Date: 2024
Price: $125

Mario Briguglio
Mario Briguglio
Founder and Editor in Chief. My passion for sneakers started at age 6 and now I've turned my passion into a profession. Favorite Kicks - Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement"

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