Air Force 1 Low “First Use” Appears in Gold and Gum
The world-famous Nike Swoosh is undoubtedly one of the world’s most recognized motifs. It has gone through a scatter of changes over the years with many early designs from numerous years confusing the masses as to its original first use. Setting the record straight with a fourth Air Force 1 addition to its dual-laced collection, the Swoosh is now setting the record straight with the Nike Air Force 1 Low “First Use” in University Gold.
Much like the formerly previewed options, this Air Force 1 identifies June 18th, 1971 as the trademarked date,
embroidered under the also embroidered orange outlined Swoosh. Although this time, it appears in the middle as
opposed to the other options where it is placed on the lateral. Matching the vintage cursive Nike branding in the rear is the accompanying white of the lateral leather Swoosh and tongue branding. Everything else arrives in golden-yellow canvas and dyed suede. Finishing the design is a simple white midsole unit, gum rubber outsole and a golden swoosh mounted with a solitary diamond as a special lace bling.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low “First Use” has not received a release date yet, but the pairs should be expected to arrive
soon at select retailers.
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