Nike Special Field Air Force 1 Triple Black

Nov 3, 2017

Category: Style

In the year since Nike first released their popular SF-AF1 silhouette the sneaker has been given a number of different striking colorways; a smart army green, coyote brown, and even a triple white. Now the Portland, Oregon-based sportswear brand is rolling out a special SF-AF1 in Triple Black just in time for Black Friday.

This military inspired version of the classic Air Force 1 sneaker boasts an upper made from a mixture of leather and nylon as well as a molle heel tab. The hefty nylon fabric along the back of the sneaker travels from the heel of the shoe to the ankle and all along the gusseted tongue. Wrapping around that upper portion of the shoe are two straps – one made from paracord, and another nylon cinch-cord – both of which can easily be styled to the preference of the wearer. Really, the only downside to these sneakers is that you’ll have to wait until November 24th when they’ll go on sale for $185.

Learn More: Nike

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