Nike, the renowned sportswear brand, is making significant strides in reducing its carbon footprint. One area where their commitment is most visible is in their impressive lineup of lifestyle and performance sneakers under the “Next Nature” banner. Among these models is the iconic Nike Air Force 1 Low, which has been revamped with recycled materials.
The classic design by Bruce Kilgore from 1983 retains its traditional aesthetic but incorporates up-cycled components in both the upper and sole unit. The latest offering in the Next Nature collection embraces a charming pink and off-white color scheme reminiscent of strawberries and cream. While the uppers feature a lovely rosy finish, the profile swooshes, upper heel panels, and sole units stand out in shades of “Sail” and “Coconut Milk.”
Prepare yourself for the official release of this eye-catching sneaker on nike.com, coming soon. Priced at $120 USD, it’s a perfect addition to both your sneaker collection and your eco-conscious lifestyle.
For more exciting sneaker news, don’t miss the upcoming launch of the Air Jordan 11 “Gratitude,” a set designed to cater to the entire family, set to hit stores in early December.
Where to Buy:
– Nikestore US: The sneakers will be available at 10:00 AM, with shipping limited to North America. Be sure to check the site for further details and availability.
You can feast your eyes on these stunning sneakers in the official photos provided. The captivating images showcase the Nike Air Force 1 Low in all its pink and off-white glory. The craftsmanship and attention to detail shine through, making these sneakers truly desirable.
So, mark your calendars and get ready to snag a pair of these Next Nature sneakers from Nike. They’re not only stylish but also a testament to Nike’s commitment to sustainability.
Photos via Nike.