There isn’t a sneaker as close to perfection as the Nike Air Force 1. More is more in this case: a good sneaker gets even better in a high-top form. And while it is being presented in this less common cut, the Swoosh take the opportunity to switch out a couple of panels from the usual leather build.
In place of leather on the toebox and mid panels, mesh is grafted on. Playing into this aesthetic is a contrasting zigzag stitch creating a seam between the panels. Otherwise, the rest of the sneaker is a sensible affair, incorporating a mostly white base with inserts of purple, black, and just a dip of yellow.
Releasing soon on Nike.