Nike Air Force 1 Low First Use White Orange DA8302-101

Release Date:  Sat 31 Jul 2021   8:00 AM GMT

£ 95

Style Code: DA8302-101

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Following the “First Use” themes, here comes the Nike Air Force 1 Low First Use White Orange to jump in...Read More

Following the “First Use” themes, here comes the Nike Air Force 1 Low First Use White Orange to jump in the hype. It’s almost time for this series to celebrate its 40th anniversary as well! However, the Nike Swoosh team focuses on the classic ones and makes the original “sketches” appear again. So, what does celebrating the “First Use” mean? Back in 1971, Carolyn Davidson was the first person to come up with the iconic Swoosh, and it’s been 50 years for this feature to pop up on every Nike release. So, Bruce Kilgore’s original Air Force boot trainer is officially joining the party of paying homage to the Swoosh’s first use.

You’d be crazy to think Nike shoes will ever run out of ideas! First of all, look at this simple design. This Air Force 1 wears nothing but crisp vanilla white and tangy orange. The only thing that keeps this theme so versatile is the indication on the side profile for Nike Swoosh’s “First Use”. Follow FastSoleUK and be on the lookout for the next close releases.

It’s not easy to design a simplistic palette and still make it a trend. But everything is possible when it’s a pair of Air Force 1! On top of that, this particular design also alters one traditional feature. Other than dressing up in premium leather all over, this one opts for suede overlays for the forefoot, eyelets, and the back panel. So, the white shades differ because of the texture. The leather underlays wear smooth and milky white to match the tongue tab and the midsole. Contrarily, the fuzzy suede overlays go with a dusty ash shade. Laces pop off with the fresh white tones too.

Amidst all this simplicity, the metallic gold Swoosh deubre really takes away the attention! And likewise, the solid leather Nike Swoosh on the lateral wall and the embroidery on the medial side jump out with bright orange. Finally, “First use June 18, 1971” lettering finishes off this Air Force 1, indicating the original version of the Swoosh logo.

Nike Air Force 1 Low First Use White Orange will release on 31st July via listed UK and European retailers. In the meantime, check out the Air Force 1 Low in Experimental USPS, Leopard Blue, and Daktari Stripes Coconut Milk.

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