Nike has stamped the Air Force 1 with the number “82” many times to celebrate the shoe’s 40th anniversary and to remember the year it first came out. Even though this new colorway has more modern design elements, it is still a nod to the history of Bruce Kilgore’s well-known creation.
Circular Design logo gives off a futuristic and trendy vibe
The number “82” is written across the tongue in a modern font that is also used to write “NIKE” across the heel. The sock liner is then marked with the Circular Design logo, which shows that recycled materials were used. And these are also used to make the midsole and the light tan overlays, white leather base, and the two yellow-on-black Swooshes on the upper.
Among sneakerheads, the Nike Air Force 1 is one of the most popular shoes. It’s just as timeless and relevant now as it was in 1982, and it appears that additional colorways honoring the year 1982 are on the way.