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This Nike Air Force 1 Low Points To The Mid ’90s With Grey, Black, And Volt

– Christy R Mathew

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Although the Nike Air Force 1 Low first appeared in 1983, it has now joined the 40th anniversary celebration of Bruce Kilgore's 1982 classic.

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The low-top version of the made-for-basketball design just debuted in a greyscale finish accented with 1990s-inspired "Volt" flair.

While not officially marketed as a pair inspired by Sergio Lozano's 27-year-old design, the colour scheme is way too close.

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The majority of the upper and sole unit of the Air Force 1 is grey or black, with neon green animation logo on the tongue and a non-standard pull tab at the spine.

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Each of the aforementioned components adds to the sneaker's already large repertoire of hues, while also illustrating that decades-old colour combinations may still seem current. 

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Enjoy official photographs of the pair below, and keep an eye out for a Nike.com launch shortly. 

Under the "Swoosh" name, the Tom Sachs Nike collaboration is scheduled to release further footwear by the end of 2022.

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Stay tuned for more.

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