The Nike Air Force 1 Low The Great Unity is a tribute to a Chinese utopian vision of the world in which everyone and everything is at peace.this Nike Air Force 1 features White across the upper while special detailing lands on the lateral and medial sides. Next, we have transparent Swoosh logos on the panels along with a holographic ‘NIKE AIR’ branding on the heel. Following, ‘The Great Unity’ hits the lateral heel, iridescent detailing lands on the lace jewel, and Pink insoles finish the look.
This Nike Air Force 1 Low Goddess of Victory comes dressed in a White, Summit White, and Photon Dust color combination. Utilizing an angel mesh on the tongue, which also resembles a leaf and comes with a semi-translucent finish. Next, we have a Greek-like ‘NIKE AIR’ printed and her symbol of victory embroidered on the heels in Metallic Silver. Lastly, the Goddess of Victory is printed on the insoles and the definition of the Nike name.And while originally spoken by way of removable outer layers, the homage to the Goddess of Victory is soon to take further shape with this carefully modified Air Force 1 Low.
another Air Jordan 6 UNC is on the way, this pair even more aligned with the Tar Heels’ iconic scheme. This pair will reportedly inherit “Carmine” color blocking, which means a white-based shoe filled with University Blue and bearing navy blue trim. zSneakerheadz also reports that a sample version of the shoe exists with black in place of navy, so the final execution of this upcoming retro is still to be determined. Lastly, we see the patch on the heel that’s been associated with school-inspired releases such as the “Oregon” and “Michigan” Air Jordan 5s, as well as the recently released “UNC” Air Jordan 4.