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Nike Air Force 1 Upstep “Red Stardust”

Nike Sportswear is beginning to release a few new tonal colorways of the Nike Air Force 1 Upstep. One of its newest pairs to become available comes dressed in the brand’s trendy “Red Stardust” color scheme.

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One of the major difference between the original Nike Air Force 1 Low and Air Force 1 Upstep is its thick sole. This release features a full Red Stardust (Pink) leather upper sitting atop an all-White rubber sole.

Check out more detailed photos below and you can now find the Nike Air Force 1 Upstep “Red Stardust” available in women’s sizing through select retailers like sneakAvenue.

Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Upstep
Color: Red Stardust/Silt Red-White
Style Code: 917588-600

Nike Air Force 1 Upstep Red Stardust 917588-600

Nike Air Force 1 Upstep Red Stardust 917588-600

Nike Air Force 1 Upstep Red Stardust 917588-600

Nike Air Force 1 Upstep Red Stardust 917588-600

Nike Air Force 1 Upstep Red Stardust 917588-600

Nike Air Force 1 Upstep Red Stardust 917588-600

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