Nike Air Force 1 Low Split
News December 11, 2017   |  WORDS: Amirul Shazzani

Nike Air Force 1 Low Split: A Closer Look at the Two-Toned Colorway

The Nike Air Force 1 Low Split bears a striking resemblance to the Nike “Scarface” silhouette.

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Photos: The Drop Date

Here’s a closer look at the Nike Air Force 1 Low Split.

The Drop Date provided Nike fans with a closer look at the unique color combination after unveiling the shoes on December 4.

The shoes bear a stark resemblance to the Nike “Scarface” silhouette released in 2006. However, unlike the equal split in the “Scarface” model, this version will sport a unique, Yin and yang styled split.

Nike Air Force 1 Low Split
The colorway split resembles the flow of “Yin and yang”
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Two contrasting colors and materials

Based on the images above, the shoes seem to have taken inspiration from the concept of Yin and yang. The inner part of the sneakers are coated in black, all the way up to the silhouette’s toe box. While the outer counter-balances the entire silhouette with a white finish down to the sneakers’ heels.

Additionally, the images above seem to suggest that the sneakers are made up of different materials for each color. A scaley, premium leather upper lines the white part, while the black side sees a classic upper normally fitted on an Air Force 1 Low.

Release dates are hazy at the moment but stay tuned for more localized updates on Straatosphere.

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Featured image: The Drop Date

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