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This Nike Air Force 1 Low Celebrates Japan's Matsuri Festivals

9 days ago   |   By Hypebeast

Celebrating Japan's Matsuri festivals, Nike has put together an upcoming Air Force 1 Low release centered around traditional prints. Expressing a mix of colors and fabrics, the low iteration of the AF1 features an array of patterns often seen at festival gatherings. Additional detailing comes in the form of Japanese symbols at the heel and insoles, along with tan suede Swooshes and tongue tags. Finishing up the design of the shoe is are off white colored midsoles and translucent rubber outsoles. The Nike Air Force 1 Low "Matsuri" is now expected to release in the coming weeks. For more...
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