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Brand: Nike

Model: Air Force 1

Key Features: Per the name of this particular release, the Air Force 1 is decorated with printed sketch-like branding, implemented on multiple areas of the sneaker. We see a Swoosh on the lateral sides, a midsole Air unit "drawn on" towards the heel, Nike Swoosh branding on the tongue and insoles, and "NIKE" on the heels.

Release Date: The black colorway is scheduled to release April 1.

Price: Approximately $120

Buy: Select retailers like Overkill

Editor’s Notes: The Air Force 1 has been released in countless iterations since its debut in 1982. Widely regarded as the most popular Nike sneaker ever, the silhouette was designed by Bruce Kilgore. As Nike continues to whip up new colorways for the iconic shoe, here we get a look at a new “Sketch” iteration that plays on last year’s popular DIY trend.

After first appearing in white, the "Sketch" Air Force 1 has since surfaced in a black colorway. Nike has yet to announce release information for the sneaker, but according to Overkill, the black pair will arrive on April 1.

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