There are over a hundred green Air Force 1 Lows that you can still buy on the secondary markets, however, few come close to how unique these are. They may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but this Air Force 1 Low would definitely be quite the head-turner if it was ever spotted on the streets. Presenting, the Nike Air Force 1 Low Neon Pine! A combination of two popular colorways into one in a way that has never been done up before. Although there are a few similar designs, they have not been done up as well. Presenting, the electrifying Nike Air Force 1 Low Neon Pine concept!
The Air Force 1 went through a number of changes over the years, transforming it from the basketball sneaker that was built for performance to a lifestyle sneaker that almost everyone rocks on the streets. Before the transformation, there were already elements that the manufacturers wanted to include to make these shoes more of a lifestyle than a purely performance one, such a mesh toe box. Although mesh is also good for performance, it had to be swapped out for something more “premium” such as leather. Today, the Air Force 1 is a modern icon that inspires concept art such as this Air Force 1 Low Neon Pine.
Starting off with the upper, these kicks rock an alluring neon green upper leather throughout. Neon green leather covers the scuff guards, perforated toe boxes, side panels, and also the heel overlays. Pretty much no other Air Force 1 Low on the market features this hue throughout the upper so if you’re hoping to get a pair, you’ll need to wait and hope that Nike sees this concept! The eye stays also feature the same titular hue, as well as the throats and the laces that blend in perfectly. Taking a closer look, the lace ornament that’s supposed to feature “AF1” text also fuses with the laces and throats and is barely visible.
Moving up, the tongues are leather in the very same titular hue while tongue tags don a Pine Green color that we’ve seen before on multiple Nike sneakers. The tags feature “Air Force 1” branding in black text. Interiors also indulge in the dark green Pine hue, complementing the similarly shaded leather Swooshes on the sides. Neon midsoles with “Air” logos and matching outsoles finish off the design. If interested in similar pairs, you might like the Air Force 1 St. Patrick’s Day or the AF1 Canvas Tourmaline that are available on the secondary markets. For more content such as this, stay tuned!