The evolution of the Air Force 1 continues as Nike Sportswear fits the kicks and buckles and straps.
The sole looks to be standard Air Force 1 while the upper maintains the general look of the low-top AF1. However, the upper is nixes laces for two straps and a buckle that completely transforms the look from classic to techie modern.
The revised look continues with a new tongue that reads “Designed & Tested in Beaverton, Oregon United States of America”. Furthering the design, a heel tab has been added, which is capped with a ring pull tab.
The sneaker takes form in a mix of leather and suede with this edition rocking a white base with black detailing.
The Nike Air Force 1 Utility in White/Black is expected to drop in February 2019. Hit your locals for availability.