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Oversized Jewel Swooshes Arrives On The Nike Air Force 1

Jewel Swooshes are one of the more revered embellishments throughout all of Nike’s illustrious lore. The shimmering hit of Beaverton branding manages to take a simplistic Air Force 1 or Air Max 1 creation and bring a slightly luxurious edge into the fold. Now, Nike Sportswear’s designers are taking things to a whole new level by way of an oversized jewel check on this Obsidian-colored AF1 Low. For an even more eye-catching effect, that Swoosh ushers in a gradient pattern that comb…

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Nike Brings Back Chromed Jewel Swoosh Logos For These Holiday Air Force 1s

Chromed out Jewel Swooshes are inarguably one of the most revered embellishments added to Nike models the likes of the Air Force 1 and the Air Max 1. Set to return just in time for the change of seasons, these Faded Spruce and Team Red versions of the Air Force 1 Low give off some serious Christmas vibes. Clearly highlighted by metallic silver jewel-sized Swooshes, both offerings also opt for a remixed AIR logo that comes devoid of any flashy Beaverton branding. Semi-translucent, milky outsol…

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The Nike Air Force 1 Low Jewel Is Returning In Three New Colorways

Nike’s Air Force 1 Low Jewel, a fan-favorite alternate take on a legendary sneaker, is set to return in three new colorways: grey/blue, black/gold, and rose gold/crimson. The Air Force 1‘s standard leather swoosh is replaced with a much smaller (but equally as eye-catching) metallic jeweled iteration on all three shoes: bold blue on the grey pair, regal gold on the black pair, and bright crimson on the rose gold pair. Each shoe also features a contrasting flat metallic heel tab th…

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Nike Adds Neutral Olive To The Air Max 1 Jewel

Nike’s nostalgic run of Jewel-Swooshed Air Max 1 models was a consistent theme in 2017, with a plethora of new looks that sent Air Max fans back in time. It looks as though 2018 will do more of the same, as Nike has plans to release this new “Neutral Olive” color scheme that uses premium suede on its nearly tonal upper that is broken up by metallic gold branding. This pair can be had by interested parties when it arrives at Nike Sportswear retailers on Friday, January 12th.<...
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