UPDATE
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8/17/2022
)
An official release date of August 26th has appeared on Nike SNKRS for the Nike Air Force 1 Low West Indies (2022).
Sneaker News
July 7, 2022
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3 minute read

The Nike Air Force 1 Low West Indies Is Getting A Retro

Sneaker News
3 minute read

The Nike Air Force 1 Low West Indies Is Getting A Retro

July 7, 2022
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By
Nicholas Vlahos
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The 40th Anniversary of the Nike Air Force 1 Low brings with it classic colorways getting retro releases.

Nike Air Force 1 Low West Indies (2022)

We’ve been blessed with a multitude of options for the 40th Anniversary of the Nike Air Force 1, ranging from commemorative colorways like the upcoming Tan Bling colorway or re-releasing classic releases such as the AF1 Mid "Chocolate." Add another retro to the list with news surfacing that the Nike Air Force 1 Low West Indies, which was originally released in the early 2000s, is set to return.

Honoring the region of the Caribbean home to countries such as Haiti, Jamaica, and Barbados, Nike keeps things simple on the AF1 by adding white tumbled leather across the upper’s various overlays and underlays with a vibrant green adding a pop of color to the sneaker. These green hits appear on the sockliner, heel tab, tongue lining, and tongue tag with its redesigned graphic featuring palm trees in a bright yellow. Embroidered on the medial side of the heel overlay is “West Indies” text split between red and green colors with a palm tree accompanying the logo in yellow. Underfoot, a white AF1 midsole is paired with a green rubber outsole.

The Nike Air Force 1 Low West Indies is slated to release on August 26th through Nike and select NSW retailers online and in-store. They will be available in men's sizing, retail TBA. For real-time updates on the latest from Nike and the rest of the streetwear and sneaker world, keep it locked to our Twitter and the Sole Retriever mobile app.

Nike Air Force 1 Low "West Indies" (2022)

Color: White/White-Classic Green
Style Code: DX1156-100
Release Date: 08/26/2022
Price: $150

Image via Nike

The 40th Anniversary of the Nike Air Force 1 Low brings with it classic colorways getting retro releases.

Nike Air Force 1 Low West Indies (2022)

We’ve been blessed with a multitude of options for the 40th Anniversary of the Nike Air Force 1, ranging from commemorative colorways like the upcoming Tan Bling colorway or re-releasing classic releases such as the AF1 Mid "Chocolate." Add another retro to the list with news surfacing that the Nike Air Force 1 Low West Indies, which was originally released in the early 2000s, is set to return.

Honoring the region of the Caribbean home to countries such as Haiti, Jamaica, and Barbados, Nike keeps things simple on the AF1 by adding white tumbled leather across the upper’s various overlays and underlays with a vibrant green adding a pop of color to the sneaker. These green hits appear on the sockliner, heel tab, tongue lining, and tongue tag with its redesigned graphic featuring palm trees in a bright yellow. Embroidered on the medial side of the heel overlay is “West Indies” text split between red and green colors with a palm tree accompanying the logo in yellow. Underfoot, a white AF1 midsole is paired with a green rubber outsole.

The Nike Air Force 1 Low West Indies is slated to release on August 26th through Nike and select NSW retailers online and in-store. They will be available in men's sizing, retail TBA. For real-time updates on the latest from Nike and the rest of the streetwear and sneaker world, keep it locked to our Twitter and the Sole Retriever mobile app.

Nike Air Force 1 Low "West Indies" (2022)

Color: White/White-Classic Green
Style Code: DX1156-100
Release Date: 08/26/2022
Price: $150

Image via Nike

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