Nike is releasing an Air Force 1 inspired by the New York City: Details inside

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Often more prominent than the city itself — as soon-to-be tourists keep on imagining about walking through in winter, spring, or even fall — the NYC parks across the borough are by and large one of the most definitive aspects of the bustling the metropolis.

With Nike, however, positioned most importantly in Portland, Oregon, having retail branches from SOHO to fifth Ave and in any event, owning their own base of activities directly by Penn Station, it’s just fitting to respect Central Park and so forth through a celebratory Air Force

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1. Basic along its exterior, the pair is sparing in its association. A blacked out base is cleaned up with differing materials — ones likely manageable — as toe boxes, heel wraps, and swooshes bear their own unique textures of pebbling and tumbling.

Nike is releasing an Air Force 1 inspired by the New York City: Details inside
Nike is releasing an Air Force 1 inspired by the New York City: Details inside

Mesh profiles sit right underneath the bend of the check while further embellishments by the method of the focal lockdown, logo tabs, and spotted soles throw the kit far out of the norm.

Grab a detailed look at the pair here and discoer them turning out to choose retailers and Nike.com very soon.

Los Angeles isn’t the only city that’s receiving a “What The” colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Low. Now the theme is extending all the way out to the East Coast—specifically New York.

Similar to its L.A. counterpart, this “What The NYC” features the colors of the city’s major sports teams including the Knicks, Nets, Liberty, Giants, Jets, Yankees, Mets, Islanders, Rangers, Sabres, FC, and Red Bulls.

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The shoe boasts a mixture of materials including leather, suede, denim, as well as a basketball’s synthetic rubber featured on the right shoe’s heel tab.

Additional details include the name of the city printed on the heel and insole. Completing the look is contrasting black and white midsoles that are paired with semi-translucent outsoles. Check out an official look below.

The “What The NYC” Nike Air Force 1 Low is scheduled to drop on Oct. 17 on Nike.com at select Nike retailers for $130.

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