Nike Is Bringing Back the Air Force 1 Low in "Wheat Mocha"
The popular colorway debuted as a Japan-exclusive back in 2001.
As we transition to the fall season, Nike is continuing to roll out an array of Air Force 1s in diverse colorways and styles, ranging from the Shadow iteration to collaborations with brands like Off-White™. Now, the sportswear giant has announced the return of its popular AF1 Low in “Wheat Mocha,” which initially debuted back in 2001 as a Japan-exclusive.
The classic silhouette gets a tan makeover with a “Wheat Mocha” suede upper. The tonal shoes are accentuated with stitching details along the overlays and Swoosh, and are accompanied by laces in the same color. Contrasting the look, the sneaker is dressed with a darker shade of brown on the insoles, collars and tongue tag. Rounding off the design, the translucent gum midsoles receive a lighter tint, along with “AIR” branding placed at the heel.
Peep Nike’s Air Force 1 Low in “Wheat Mocha” above. While already sold out in regions like Canada and the UK, the kicks will be dropping via Nike SNKRS stateside on October 17 for $130 USD.