While the Nike Air Force 1 Low iD with elephant print options is available on NIKEiD, Nike is dropping their own take on the elephant print clad AF1 with the Nike Air Force 1 Low Atomic Teal/Black Elephant Print. The sneaker combines premium Black elephant print textured leather on the toebox up through the eyestay, the heel tab, and the Swoosh. The body of the sneaker is filled in with Atomic nubuck which sits on a White midsole and Black outsole. The Nike Air Force 1 Low Atomic Teal/Black Elephant Print is set to release later this Spring. Check out more below.
Building on the success of the casual and comfortable Roshe Run, Nike recently released their Nike Solarsoft Moccasin. Built on the same principal as the Roshe Run, the Solarsoft Moccasin features a lightweight breathable mesh upper sitting on a Lunar sole. The Nike Solarsoft Moccasin has begun to rollout now at select Nike retailers as part of Nike’s Spring Pack in three flavors that include Black/White, Red/White, and Blue/White. Check out more below.
A couple of years back, Nike dropped a Nike Air Force 1 Low “Ironman” but unfortunately for a lot of people looking to cop a pair, they were available in GS sizes only. Flash forward to this Spring and Nike is back with another “Ironman” flavor of the AF1 with the Nike Air Force 1 Low Downtown “Ironman”. The “Ironman” AF1 Downtown is basically an exact replica of the previous “Ironman” AF1 as it features the same Gold and Varsity Red patent leather upper sitting on a White midsole and Gum outsole. No word on an exact release date as of now but we expect to see these hit retail later this Spring. Check out more below.
After successfully debuting the Free Powerlines last year, Nike is back with the Nike Free Powerlines II. As part of their initial lineup of Nike Free Powerlines II sneakers, Nike recently dropped the Nike Free Powerlines II “Atomic Teal”. The Nike Free Powerlines II “Atomic Teal” features a full Atomic Teal upper with a kiss of Orange on the lining and eyelets sitting on a light Green sole with Black speckles. The “Atomic Teal” Nike Free Powerlines II is available now at select Nike retailers. Check out more below.
In addition to the Nike Air Foamposite One “Fighter Jet”, Nike is also set to release the Nike Air Force 1 Low Downtown “Fighter Jet” as well. Taking on the same inspiration as the Foams, the “Fighter Jet” AF1 Downtown features a White, Black, and Grey camo upper sitting on a translucent Pink sole. No word on an exact release date as of now but we expect to see these later this Spring. Check out more below.