First presented in a monochromatic black design, the sneaker is now arriving in an all-gray aesthetic. The functional and stylish silhouette bears a slightly pebbled finish, devoid of perforation and stitching, preventing water from getting in any cracks or crevices.
The Swooshes are etched into the sides rather than attached, resulting in an outlined effect, while the Air Max logo on the heel appears to be embedded inside of the leather. The soft gray shade covers the entire shoe with the exception of a black logo on the tongue tag and insole. A translucent outsole ties the crisp and cool look together.
Nike has not confirmed any details regarding the release of the Air Force 1 Low WP, but it should hit shelves later this year via Nike and select retailers.