Nike’s Air Force 1 is best known for its beloved triple white and triple black color schemes. Now, the Swoosh is gearing up to release a new twist on the white pair, with chrome details and thick rope laces.

The Nike Air Force 1 comes in all shapes and sizes, with hundreds if not thousands of colorways released over the last 41 years. Above all the rest stands the white-on-white style, a fan-favorite of both of sneakerheads and the world at large. This year, Nike has prepared a new iteration of that all-white classic, adding some interesting new details to the silhouette. Constructed from premium leathers, this style adds metallic chrome tips to the Swooshes on either side, as well as a small matching hit on the heel’s branding. Thick rope laces replace the standard sets, while a debossed leather tongue badge completes the look.

NIKE AIR FORCE 1 LOW ‘CHROME’ RELEASE INFORMATION

Nike’s latest iteration of their all-white Air Force 1 has not been announced for release, though they are expected to arrive in stores sometime in the coming weeks. Featuring chrome details on the Swooshes and heel branding, pairs will likely be available via the SNKRS app and select retailers, with an elevated price tag of approximately $120. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Swoosh release news.

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