The Nike Air Force 1 “Nai-Ke” Surfaces In Tan
Nike continues to unveil new iterations of the Asia-exclusive Nike Air Force 1 “NAI-KE” with the sneaker in a tan hue. The design of the shoe refers to the 1980s when Nike and its China-based factory produced an assemblage of test running shoes dubbed “The One Line” series.
This iteration, much like previous colorways, features a tan-hued canvas base with stitching on the side panels. Asian-inspired motifs decorate the midsoles while having NAI-KE branding on the heels and insoles. Elevating the shoe are sand-toned midsoles paired with complimentary rubber outsoles.
Slated to drop in the coming weeks, the Nike Air Force 1 Low “NAI-KE” will hit Nike and partnering retailers across Asia. Check out the official images below.
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