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Nike Adds Color Changing Metallic Swooshes to the Air Force 1 Low

Nike continues to use the Air Force 1 as a blank canvas to add new details and trendy themes on their iconic silhouette.

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This latest offering of the Nike Air Force 1 Low features a Swoosh logo that changes when you change the angle of view. The special color scheme updates the legend and retains the basketball-inspired features of the 1982 original. Finishing touches includes 3M reflective detailing on the heels and speckled laces. A solid White AF1 rubber sole completes the design.

Already available overseas, you can expect this Air Force 1 to release in the states soon at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $110 USD.

Nike Air Force 1 ’07 LV8
Color: Metallic Summit White/White-Black-Multi-Color
Style Code: DC9029-100
Price: $110

Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Summit White DC9029-100 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Summit White DC9029-100 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Summit White DC9029-100 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Summit White DC9029-100 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Summit White DC9029-100 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low Metallic Summit White DC9029-100 Release Date

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