Nike summons the snake from its past for a modern-day release this week. The Nike Air Force 1 Low Ivory Snake was first introduced exclusively in Asia back in 1996. 23 years on, the sneaker makes a comeback in its original form. This release fits the recent snakeskin wave, like the Air Jordan 11 Low “Snakeskin” releases this year which came in navy and Light Bone. The Air Force 1 silhouette is a modern-day icon for white sneakers but here’s a closer look at the premium snakeskin rendition.
Often regarded as the go-to minimal sneaker, you can soon cop a slightly flashy version of the Air Force 1 Low. Dressed in the signature clean white leather uppers, the sneaker receives a truly elevated look this time with brown snakeskin laid over the Swoosh and heel tab. Instead of the standard “Nike Air” branding, a retro version is slapped on the heel tab, with a simple black and white tongue label rounding off the design. Keep a lookout for the sneakers as it will be available from tomorrow, May 22, priced at S$229.
Where to buy:
Nike.com, END Clothing
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