Believe it or not but red Air Force 1 Lows are very popular, in fact, Nike has released a number of blazing red sneakers in multiple colorways and designs. Those colorways include the alluring Air Force 1 Low Triple Red as well as the Air Force 1 Low LV8 University Red which boasts an entirely red upper. This concept takes on a similar approach and uses blood red hues mixed with a healthy usage of University Red on the overlays. Presenting, the Air Force 1 Low Red Hot Chili! A sneaker we almost expected to see as a concept very soon.
It would be an understatement to say that there are many different colors and styles of the Air Force 1. There are 2000 various varieties of these shoes, which are available in practically all sizes and forms. That is perhaps the reason why celebrities with extremely diverse perceptions of style, including Jennifer Lopez, Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, and many more, wear. Everybody can find their perfect Air Force 1! That’s probably the reason why the Swoosh and concept artists alike keep releasing a variety of fresh colors. That’s not the best situation for resale since, unless Off-White or Travis Scott are working together on a pair of Af1s, earnings will be quite low. Thankfully, concepts like this Air force 1 Low Red Hot Chili keeps things fresh.
Coming to the design of this shoe, they feature an entirely red upper in two different tones. A deeper blood red to cover the underlays and a more vibrant hue to cover the overlays. Dark red leather covers the toes, side panels, and heel overlays. Meanwhile, a vibrant University Red leather Swoosh covers the sides. The perforated toe boxes are also a rich red and sit underneath matching leather eye stays.
The eye stays are intertwined with contrasting red laces that envelop the throats of the sneaker. The bottom laces, at closer inspection, have the usual lace ornament that features more AF1 branding. Tongues, on the other hand, are dark red yet again and feature bright red tongue tags with red Air Force 1 and Nike branding. Sock liners indulge in a similar bright red hue, leading down to matching interiors while University Red midsoles with “Air” branding and matching outsoles finish off the design. If interested in a similar pair of sneakers, check out the Air Force 1 Low LV8 University Red on the secondary market. For more content such as this, stay tuned!