Even though the Nike Air Force 1 Low is not 40 years old, it is helping to celebrate Bruce Kilgore’s original design by coming out with a lot of new styles.
It looks classic, but there are some new touches
The made-for-basketball silhouette recently came out in another smooth and patent leather outfit that might remind you of the 2000s. At the moment, the Nike AF1 is heavily customized, but in the past, the Swoosh kept it pretty simple. The rise in popularity of the BAPE STA definitely influenced the different ways that Kilgore’s design started to be used throughout the 2000s. The patent leather back-half option is a great example of how the decade looked. Glossy orange leather adds a new twist to a classic look, while the rest of the shoe’s white and black color scheme is tried and true.
If you want to make a fashion statement that is noticeable but not too loud, this Nike makes your feet look good. They’re comfortable, and the leather uppers should last a long time. If you’ve never had a pair of Nikes, you’re in for a real treat.