However, despite initial interest from basketball players, the Nike Air Force 1 was never as popular as the few Nike Running models that came before it. As a result of Bruce Kilgore’s refusal to take any of his success for granted during the previous four decades, his shoes have become some of the most popular in North America.
With the model’s 40th anniversary approaching, the Swoosh has prepared a large number of in-line and collaborative projects, including a “Hemp” collection that focuses on sustainability. The next collection also includes a Nike Blazer Mid, which is reimagined through the prism of a cannabis plant-derived fabric and a spring-ready color scheme. For the kid’s Nike Air Force 1 Low, woven hemp steals the show, allowing for brilliant red-orange, green, and blue hues. Sock liners have “Move to Zero” signs from the North American corporation, while the tongue label features themed branding. As a final touch, the sole units’ speckled texture indicates that they were made from recyclable materials.
The Nike.com release date is expected to be in the next several months, so check out the official photographs below.
Nike Air Force 1 Low
Release Date: May 2022
Color: University Blue/Vivid Green/Team Orange/Citron Tint
Grade School: $95
Style Code: DV2192-400