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Nike Air Force 1 Low ’Spades’ Inspired by Playing Cards

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades King Queen DJ5184-001 Release Date Info

The Nike Air Force 1 Low will release soon inspired by playing cards. Furthermore, the pair represents the two iconic face cards, the King and Queen of spades.

Looking closer, this low-top Nike Air Force 1 features Black leather across the upper while the design you see on playing cards lands on the overlays. Next, we have the letters ‘K’ and ‘Q’ embroidered on the lateral side by the heel, which represents the King and Queen face cards. A Gold spade appears on the tongue labels while Metallic Gold fills in the Swoosh logos and heel overlay. Finishing the look, White runs across the midsole while Red adorns the liner, inside of the tongue, and rubber outsole.

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades Release Details

Continue to scroll below for more images of the Nike Air Force 1 Low ’Spades’ that will give you a closer look. A release will take place at select retailers and Nike.com soon. Once we have additional information, we will make sure to update you.

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades
Release Date: Spring 2021
Style Code: DJ5184-001

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades King Queen DJ5184-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades King Queen DJ5184-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades King Queen DJ5184-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades King Queen DJ5184-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades King Queen DJ5184-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades King Queen DJ5184-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades King Queen DJ5184-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades King Queen DJ5184-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades King Queen DJ5184-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low Spades King Queen DJ5184-001 Release Date Info

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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