The lifestyle sneaker boasts a stark white leather base accented with off-white overlays. Over on the profile marble-like Swooshes, they’ve been encased in a mesh layer for an elevated effect. Along with the typical Nike branding on the tongue, the label’s pinwheel logo is spotlighted on the heels and insoles.
As part of the brand’s “Move to Zero” campaign, the silhouette features a 20% recycled material construction and a reimagined Crater Foam. The supportive Crater Foam midsole is made from 11% Nike Grind rubber, while the speckled outsole is made from 15% Nike Grind rubber. Because of the materials used to create the Air Force 1 Crater, each pair is unique and fully durable.
Interested readers will be able to pick up this Nike Air Force 1 Crater when it releases in the upcoming weeks via select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price is set at $110.
Nike Air Force 1 Crater
Release Date: 2021