Nike’s innovative FlyEase technology, first introduced in 2015, has revolutionized the sneaker game for those with limited mobility. The easy-on construction, starting from the Nike Go debut to iconic models like the Air Jordan 1, has provided accessibility and style in equal measure. Now, FlyEase is making its mark on the Air Force 1 with a new iteration that is bursting with meme-worthy energy.
The “Triple Black” AF1 has become synonymous with goons and late-night adventures, capturing the imaginations of sneakerheads and Twitter enthusiasts alike. Following the success of the all-white “Uptown” version in April, this new design takes a walk on the dark side with a collapsible heel that allows for effortless entry into the full-leather ensemble. The entire shoe embraces the colorless composition, with FlyEase branding on the tongue and insoles blending seamlessly into the murky surroundings. The only hint of color comes from the silver metallic dubraes.
While release details are still under wraps, if this version follows in the footsteps of its crisp white counterpart, we can expect the Nike Air Force 1 Low FlyEase “Triple Black” to hit shelves in the coming months with a retail price of $110. In the meantime, sneakerheads can feast their eyes on detailed imagery of the shoe.
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