With the Nike Air Force 1 Sashiko, made from a Japanese weaving technique, Nike
With the Nike Air Force 1 Sashiko, made from a Japanese weaving technique, Nike is adding a new pair of Air Force 1 to its Sashiko pack. This traditional Japanese sewing method can be translated as "small knocks" and used to make certain garments more resistant over time. This is not the first pair of the brand's Swoosh to integrate this technique, and it is certainly not the last. This Air Force 1 Sashiko is based on an assembly of different textiles, which produces a beautiful asymmetrical patchwork effect. In terms of color, blue is the main color of this sneaker AF1 but there are also touches of red on the tongue and on the insole, which is reminiscent of the colors of the national flag of Japan. White complements the colors of this new Air Force 1 Low release with suede effects, especially for the side swoosh and the lacing system. Finally we can also see a few touches of gold, mainly on the upper part of the heel, which incorporates a beautiful Japanese lettering instead of the usual "Nike Air". This Low version of the Air Force 1 reveals the same Japanese lettering as on the top of the heel on each of the outsoles, original because it is entirely translucent.
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