Nike Air Force 1s and Air Max 95s Get Colourful Corduroy Revamp
Nike are releasing a colourful corduroy collection for their Air Force 1, Air Max 95 and Air Max 97 silhouettes.
Thanks to the hype surrounding the drop of Sean Wotherspoon’s Nike Air Max 97/1s later this month, we’ve got some refreshing Nike silhouettes coming our way.
Just after Nike announced they’d be releasing their Nike Air Max 97 in a corduroy inspired red, yellow and blue colourway, we’ve also been blessed with the news that Nike Air Force 1s and Air Max 95s will also be getting the new retro update.
The shoes flaunt a clean look with playful colour blocking in the form of corduroy, and are based over tumbled white leather and laid on top of a white sole. The Air Max 97s come with red detail inside their air pocket, while the Air Max 95s boast a bright yellow detail.
The shoes are reminiscent of Sean Wotherspoon’s Nike Air Max 97/1s, which are corduroy all over and designed to fray with extended use, but unfortunately, his Nikes are going to be hard to get a hold of due to limited releases on Air Max Day, so we will happily settle for this new colour blocked corduroy.
Corduroy isn’t a normal material you’d find adorning a sneaker due to its weight, but on the back of Wotherspoon’s success Nike would be silly not to bring out a similar collection featuring the luxe fabric.
Along with the sneaker’s upper, the inner lining is also corduroy, providing the wearer with even more comfort (if that is even possible). The collection is a refreshing take on each of the shoes, all of which have been released in a million colourways.
There is no confirmed launch date or price just yet.
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