Nike has started phasing out some of its more daring hues as fall approaches. The firm has opted to use a range of light to dark earth tones instead, with the most popular one dressing this next Air Force 1 Sculpt.
Sail, Phantom, and Sesame are three of the brand’s most commonly utilized Pantone colors on the sneaker, which also has little branding and premium materials. In comparison to its predecessors, the lightest member of the trio just provides the laces, tongue, and heel tab. The surrounding suedes are slightly darker than that, but not as dark as the midsole and lining, and the adjacent inset Swoosh, whose construction uses tumbled leather, goes a little darker.
View the official photos of this impending Air Force 1 Sculpt for a closer look. Wait for them to arrive at Nike.com and a few more stores.
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