Nylon-Treated “Mars Orange” Takes Over Nike Air Force 1 Low

​​The Bruce Kilgore design of the Nike Air Force 1 just won’t stop being released in large quantities thanks to a wide variety of materials. The model’s most recent inline textile collection adds a nylon-treated base layer to the model’s customary leather overlays in addition to a variety of pairs with embossed details. 

The third iteration, which most recently employed jet-black and olive-coated attempts, dons a “Burnt Orange” outfit. The latter nylon tooling also appears across the heel tab for a neutral outfit, save its sharp white Swooshes and Nike Air tab branding furthermore positioned along the insoles, which are widely credited for the pair’s distinctive texture on the mid-foot panel and vamp.

See the official photos of the Nike Air Force 1 Low Nylon “Mars Orange” below as you wait for the model’s signature brilliant white sole unit.