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Nike Air Force 1 Low Releasing With Red Soles

Nike Sportswear will continue to add to their Air Force 1 lineup with an all-new “University Red” colorway.

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This offering of the Nike Air Force 1 Low features a White leather base with matching colored laces. Highlighting the shoe are University Red accents on the tongues, Swooshes, and heel as well as covering its entire rubber sole. Finishing touches includes White branding on the tongue and lateral midsole.

Check out the additional photos below, and look for the Nike Air Force 1 Low “University Red” to release on June 27th at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $90 USD.

Nike Air Force 1 Low “University Red”
Color: White/University Red-White
Release Date: CK7663-102
Release Date: June 27, 2020
Price: $90

Nike Air Force 1 Low White University Red CK7663-102 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low White University Red CK7663-102 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low White University Red CK7663-102 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low White University Red CK7663-102 Release Date

Nike Air Force 1 Low White University Red CK7663-102 Release Date

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