While not a collaboration with the late Virgil Abloh, the newly-released product has a colour palette and blocking that is evocative of some of the Off-White frontman's work with the Swoosh.
The "aged" aesthetic obtained by the subtle yellow finish harkens back to the Air Force 1 Low's initial era in the 1980s while also fitting in with contemporary footwear trends.
The profile swooshes and upper heel overlays are a shimmering silver colour that contrasts with the rest of the outfit yet fits well with the aforementioned components.
Enjoy official photographs of the pair below, and look for a Nike.com debut before the end of 2022.
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