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Nike has given its classic Air Force 1 shoe a deceptive makeover. The sportswear giant released a color-changing version of its Air Force 1 Low back in June, which quickly sold out within days.
If you weren’t able to get your hands on a pair the first time around, lucky for you, the shoe is now back in stock. This women’s exclusive iteration of the Nike Air Force 1 Low is currently available on Nike.com for $110.
It appears to feature a clean white-based leather upper, but the material has been treated with photochromic inks that give the shoe a new multicolored makeup. When the shoe is exposed to UV rays, an orange leather hue serves as the base of the upper that’s paired with a light blue mudguard, a magenta-colored heel counter and a purple Swoosh. Rounding out the look of the shoe is a white midsole and a translucent blue outsole. The shoe also comes with a Silicone Swoosh hangtag that also functions as an ice cube tray.
And the shoe is equally as stylish when it’s not exposed to the sun. You get the classic white finish you crave with subtle bold touches, including a blue outsole and front charm, as well as a slightly magenta-tinged heel counter.
Naturally, the shoe also includes the style’s beloved Nike Air cushioning and padded tongue and collar for ultimate comfort. The Nike Air Force 1 debuted in 1982 and since then, the shoe went from being a popular basketball shoe to a lifestyle and streetwear staple thanks to collaborations with brands including Louis Vuitton and Off-White.
Buy you’ll want to act fast. If the first launch is any indication, these popular color-changing shoes are bound to sell out quickly once again.
Shop the Nike Air Force 1 ’07 LX below, while you still can.
Nike Air Force 1 Low Women’s