Air Max 270, Designed for basketball in 1983, the Nike Air Force 1 Low has since become a go-to option among fashion-goers, not hoopers. Yet, the brand continues to celebrate the model’s basketball-informed heritage, with the latest example arriving in the form of a seemingly-kid’s-exclusive collection nodding to various touch-points of the game.While not a standard design choice, the detail ties the low-top Air Force 1 to a larger collection that’ll also include an Air More Uptempo. Additional branding at the quarter panel and lateral heel also suggest the sneaker’s thematic arrangement.
Paying homage to basketball heritage, this grade-school colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Low is done in a Gold, Black and White colorway.Outfitted in a number of tones, including a basketball-reminiscent orange, the newly-surfaced pair also features jersey mesh material at the mid-foot and tongue.the rest of the sneaker consists of Gold tumbled leather on the toe box and heel, smooth black leather on the overlays and Swoosh branding. More callouts to the hoops heritage come by way of the Nike Basketball logos on the rear and insoles, while miniature embroidered Swooshes on the forefoot, corduroy-like lining, White midsoles and Black outsoles complete the look.
Navy blue and yellow-based pairs of the Air Jordan 33 Michigan PE Navy Blue Maize has both been crafted with the secondary color covering the tongue, midsole, heel, straps, and unique FastFit lacing system. The most important detail is Michigan's s recognizable 'M' logo stitched on the left tongue of each pair to accompany the silver Jumpman on the right.The two color combinations feature the Michigan’s school colors consisting of Maize and Blue.
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