The Nike Full Force Low, introduced as a slimmed-down version of the Air Force III, has been gaining attention since its release this summer. Nike has been focused on modifying its classic heritage models, and the Full Force Low is no exception. The low-top silhouette now showcases a bespoke greyscale treatment, adding a unique twist to the revitalized design.
While the Full Force Low shares a similar layered leather makeup with the Nike Dunk, it veers away from the popular “Panda” color blocking style. Instead, this updated model features a split treatment, with a pitch-dark upper and a blank midsole. The profile swooshes, midsole, and OG tongue tab logos are adorned with a crisp white interference, creating a striking contrast against the predominantly black upper and tread.
Sneaker enthusiasts can look forward to the release of the Nike Full Force Low “Black/White” in December, with a retail price of $95. Until then, detailed imagery of the shoe is available for preview.
In other sneaker news, mark your calendars for the release of the Kobe 6 “Reverse Grinch” on December 15th.
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