The good folk over at Nike are back at it yet again. This time around, they have joined forces with the United States Postal Service for something experimental. Nike has aligned with USPS for a unique and eye-catching new iteration of the Nike Air Force 1. The USPS-inspired silhouette, the Nike Air Force 1 Experimental, comes rocking a sleek and stylish design inspired by those iconic white, red and blue cardboard boxes.
The shoe features a cream upper and white midsoles, which are encapsulated in a foam shell. This inside-out look is covered in small repeating blue text that reads “Air Force 1.”. The sneakers also feature a shipping label-inspired white, blue and red badge at the heel. The badge flips the Postal Service’s standard label branding to read “Air Force 1,” “N.354,” “For Everyday Use,” and more.
Other details include a red N. 354 text hit atop the lateral Swoosh, a sport blue toggle system, white laces, and a dark berry blue seen on the exposed foam tongue. Elsewhere we see flipped heel graphics, collar, and pull tabs. Small dashes of red are also seen on the tongue and insole. Take a closer look at the eye-catching new design in the images below.
A release date for this USPS-inspired Nike Air Force 1 Experimental has yet to be announced. Though keep an eye on Nike’s website for much more information. Be sure to check back with The Culture Curators for more sneaker releases coming very soon.
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