Highly detailed utilitarian designs have always had a place in Nike’s slate of lifestyle releases. Nike Air Force 1 Mid Online From Errolson Hugh’s futuristic Nike x ACRONYM creations to A-COLD-WALL’s recent Vomeros, the Swoosh has added many a technical embellishment to some of their most timeless models. The next classic up for a modern-day “Utility” makeover? The Air Force 1 Mid, arriving in a new “Spruce Fog” colorway that combines a tan/black leather base with orange/spruce accents.
Although the Shop Nike Air Force 1 Mid classic cut and leather construction are both left intact, there’s plenty of differences: the laces are replaced by a sturdy strap system — embellished with factory-style branding — that reaches across the throat and heel before connecting on the midfoot. A neoprene sockliner ensures a snug and comfy fit, while large heel/tongue tabs add further to the technical style. A crisp translucent spruce midsole/outsole combo then completes the look.
Nike is no stranger to highly technical designs. Nike Air Force 1 Mid on Sale They’ve fed techwear heads and lovers of a utilitarian look time and time again — with recent releases like Errolson Hugh’s modified ACRONYM Nike Prestos and the Vapormax Run Utility providing styles that stand in stark contrast to one of the other biggest trends in footwear today: the ubiquitous “dad shoe.” One of the latest models to boast that highly technical design ethos is the Air Force 1 Mid Utility, a silhouette that’s now set to release in a new combination of black and icy blue.
Los Angeles based label C2H4 has borrowed its namesake from the ever-evolving nature of science, toting their own abilities as “chemists” to reconstruct many diverse elements into something that is wholly them. Nike Air Force 1 Mid Shoes Kicking off 2019 with their first official Nike collaboration — teased proudly and effectively during their runway show at London Fashion Week — the creative collective aims to unleash an uninhibited futuristic aesthetic to the humble Air Force 1 Mid.
Popular former Nike Air Force 1 Mid Mens/Womens hasn’t touched a football field since retiring after the 2016 season, but he’s very much a presence in the worlds of sneakers and fashion nonetheless. Although the Giants’ abysmal 1-7 record indicates that they could still likely use Cruz’s help, he’s moved onto other things, like dropping collaborative Air Force 1 Mids with Nike. After Cruz and the Swoosh recently linked up for a tan pair of Forces, a white pair bearing many similarities to a friends-and-family shoe that was given out at ComplexCon 2017 has surfaced.