Pandas With A Twist- The Air Force 1 Low Navy Panda 

The Air Force 1 Low has a plethora of colorways available but it is lacking in some regions and that is the typical two-tonal original colorways that it just does not get enough of compared to something like the Nike Dunk Low. The Nike Dunk Low still gets original colorways that break the market and are extremely popular, such as the recent Nike Dunk Low Panda which is a huge hit today. Although we do have an Air Force 1 Low LV8 Panda, we also need one in the original silhouette but until Nike does, we have concept artists that have us covered. Presenting the Nike Air Force 1 Low Navy Panda. 

The Air Force 1 Low, like the Air Max 90 is a legendary shoe that is still going strong today. It was one of Nike’s first pure basketball shoes and paved the way for more successful sneakers such as the Air Jordans which continue to dominate the sneaker market. The Air Force 1 was also the first basketball sneaker to feature Air technology but that is not the only reason for this sneaker to still be alive today. The Air Force 1 allows for a range of customization options which keeps things fresh and allows for concept art such as this Nike Air Force 1 Low Navy Panda. 

The uppers on this sneaker feature a pretty simplistic black, white, and dark navy with a leather construction all around. The toes and the heel overlays appear to feature a very dark shade of blue on top of the leather while a crisp white shade covers the side panels with two visible perforations and the heavily perforated toe boxes that give the Air Force 1 Low its signature look. Above the white toe boxes are dark blue leather eyes stays with matching traditional laces that are hooped through them, wrapping the shoe’s navy throats. 

The lower laces feature a small lace ornament in a similar hue that usually features “AF1” engravings but that is not visible here in this concept. Sock liners are also dark blue and lead down to likely white inserts with additional blue branding. Heel tabs, on the other hand, are white with likely more branding. Side panels feature large navy leather Swooshes while black midsoles and clean white outsoles finish off the design. If interested in a similar pair, check out the Nike Air Force 1 Low ’07 LV8 Panda on the secondary market. For more content such as this, stay tuned!