The Nike Air Force 1’s tribute to banned NBA accessories continues with white and gum
Nike and NBA are giving a whole new makeover to the Nike Air Force 1 by seeping in depth into the league’s protocol book and beckoned to that of the once banned accessories for players on-court. The AF1 low has been restructured again by adding silver semi-circle metal plates a off-design from the gold plates witnessed on previous pairs, the black insoles with Nike Air branding in white complements black tongue patch with red Nike branding. and the NBA logo latched onto the middle of the tongue. The bottom soles come in gum colour and the heel part coloured in black with white rectangle overlay. The crimson red coloured canvas patch on the lateral heel has NBA logo embossed on to it. These hoops inspired kicks to release on Nike.com and select retailers in the coming weeks.
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