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Back in the 1980s, Nike teamed up with their Chinese factory to create a series of test shoes. Dubbed “The One Line,” the collection saw simple runners recontextualized with a large stripe instead of the more familiar Swoosh. Here, this design lives on thanks to the Air Force 1 “NAI-KE,” which pays homage to both the shoes and the brand’s relationship with China.

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Grey suedes are used along the forefoot and rear, sandwiching the white section that wraps from the lateral to the medial. A matching Swoosh is overlaid adjacent, adding a more modern twist on the aforementioned pack’s original concept. The heel tab, then, sports the titular “NAI-KE” spelling, while the inside tongue offers meaningful “Elevating Inner Peace Through Sports” text.

Enjoy a close-up look at the pair here and sit tight as we they’re to release in Asia on November 9th. It’s unsure whether or not we’ll see a stateside launch.

In other news, the Air Jordan 12 Royalty lands this Saturday.

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