If 1971 was the time when the Nike brand was officially on the market, in 1982, the Air Force 1 was also released. That is only after 11 years and the Air Force 1 is one of the company’s early designs. Nike Air Force 1 was introduced by Nike designer then Bruce Kilgore with the positioning as a line of shoes for basketball players. Of course, this design was extremely successful at that time. These sneakers are admired around the world thanks to the Air Unit sole technology first applied in basketball shoes, which provides a solid construction when worn.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low has been a go-to pick for some of the most influential people in cities like Baltimore, New York, and elsewhere since the early 1980s. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the model This design has come in dozens of new styles and one of them will be the “Black/White” color scheme with reflective trim. Today, let’s explore with Storepc about this very special version of sneakers.
Covered in ink-dark tones, the upper of these sneakers is made of smooth synthetic leather, which pairs nicely with a “colorless” sole. While not new to Bruce Kilgore’s iconic design, this two-tone combination is accompanied by modern reflective trims on each edge of the mantle.
Next, the Nike Swóh logo will also have a light gray outline in the right lighting conditions. Together, each of the aforementioned components helps create a familiar, yet refreshing, version of the Nike Air Force 1 for the shoe’s 40th anniversary.
Enjoy the official images of the pair and anticipate the launch of Nike.com in the coming weeks.