A celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Swoosh without the AF1, Nike’s bestseller par excellence, would be a crime of lèse-majesté. Model Bruce Kilgore released his gala outfit for the event. The Nike Air Force 1 First Use Light Stone Sail Red displays a gold The 24-carat Swoosh sparkles like never before.
Like the Nike Dunk SE, the grey suede sneaker has an embroidered comma. Its “freehand” shape corresponds to that of the logo designed by Carolyn Davidson. The First Use print 18th June 1971 completes the rise of the special edition to the rank of the collector. The insole shows us the evolution of the Swoosh, from its creation until the early 1990s.
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