Nike Has Released Air Force 1! Is It Inspired By The New York City?

Often the NYC parks across the district are more popular than the city itself— as soon as visitors imagine walking in the winter, spring, or even fall— and are one of the most definitive facets of the bustling Metropolis.

Nevertheless, Nike is the leading distributor of SOHO to fifth Ave in Portland, Oregon, and maintains a range of operations directly from Penn Station, so it is just right to respect Central Park and so on through an Air Force.

The pair spares in its partnership, which is based on its exterior. A black-out foundation is polished with various materials – possibly useful – because toe boxes, heel wraps, and swooshes have their own special pebbling and tumbling textures.

Mesh profiles sit right under the bend of the inspection, while the kit is further adorned with the focus lock system, logo tabs, and spotted soles.

Test the pair here in-depth and learn how they can soon select retailers and

Source: Highsnobiety

Los Angeles is not the only town getting a Nike Air Force 1 Low “What the” colorway. The theme now extends to the East Coast— especially New York.

Such as the L.A. The colors of the city’s leading sporting teams, including Knicks, Nets, Liberty, Giants, Jets, Yankees, Mets, Islanders, Rangers, Sabres, FC, and RedBulls are presented in this “What The NYC.”

The footwear has a combination of fabrics like leather, suede, denim, and synthetic rubber from a basketball map on the right heel of the boot.

More information includes the name of the place written on the heel and insole. The look completes by contrasting black and white midsoles with semi-translucent outsoles.

The “What The NYC” Nike Air Force 1 Low will fall at selected Nike stores for $130 on Oct 17 on