The good folks over at Nike are back at it yet again. Today they return with a new iteration of the legendary, the iconic Air Force 1 Low. Inspired by the brand’s inspired by the “Goddess of Victory,” the sportswear giant celebrates “Nike,” in ancient Greek mythology, the goddess of victory, daughter of the giant Pallas, and of the infernal River Styx.
The label has cooked up with the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Goddess of Victory.” The sneaker comes rocking a classic design, boasting an ornate “White/Summit White/Photon Dust.” The classic sneaker is draped in white leather along the upper, accented with ridged overlays and angel wing-like covers seen on the “NIKE AIR FORCE 1” tag-marked tongues.
The sneaker is also host to additional branding seen on the midfoot Swooshes, “NIKE AIR,” and the goddess’ symbol victory embroidered at the heels. The sneakers are finished with printed insoles marked with the ancient Greek figure and the definition of her name. The sneakers are then finished off with matching white classic AF1 sole units.
Check out the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Goddess of Victory” in the images and look for the sneakers to drop in the next few weeks. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more sneakers and footwear coming soon.
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