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Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘NAI-KE’ Releasing in Blue

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike’s ‘The One Line’ series is back. After launching the ‘White’ iteration, we have another NAI-KE Air Force 1 launching, this time in Blue.

Going over this Nike Air Force 1, it features Blue suede across the upper with exposed White stitching on the sides. Next, we have dyed laced, Sail on the midsole, and a Navy rubber outsole. Highlighting the pair, we have NAI-KE Chinese characters on the heel and insoles, and the word spelled backward in English on the lace jewel. Other details include ‘The One Line’ on the tongue and ‘Elevating Inner Peace Through Sports’ text on the inside of the tongue.

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE Release Details

Continue to scroll below for more images of the Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘NAI-KE’ that will give you a closer look. While not confirmed, more than likely this pair will launch exclusively in Asia via Nike.com. Once we have more information, we will make sure to update you.

Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘NAI-KE’
Release Date: 2021
Style Code: DO7993-447

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 Release Date Info

Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE DO7993-447 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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