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Nike's Air Force 1 Low Gets an All-White Flower Crown

A festival-ready custom.

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Nike's Air Force 1 Low Gets an All-White Flower Crown

A festival-ready custom.

Pittsburgh-based designer Makayla Wray has blessed Nike’s Air Force 1 Low with a beautiful custom design. The “Uptown Floral 2.0” is an update to Wray’s 2015 iteration, which arrived in both black and white. We see snow white hand-cut flower petals trailing along the low-top’s Swoosh and rear heel. The design is minimalist yet impactful adding grace to a certified classic. The added texture from the faux daises delivers a whimsical touch.

This pair will release on July 1 at 4:12 p.m. EST at Makayla Wray online. The price point is set at $280 USD. With only 50 units available, you don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to floss this summer. Gaze at the dreamy shoes above.

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