Strapping down with these Nike Air Force 1 07 Metallic on feet means tying down with its traditional lace lockdown. The sneaker has enough wiggle room at the toe area. This model is available in both men’s and women’s sizes.
Pairing these Metallic models of the Air Force 1 07 with pants is almost a no-brainer, but one can spice things up a bit by pin-rolling straight cut jeans to the desired height. No show socks are good to go with these bad boys which also goes well with capri pants and folded chinos. And of course, any female would most likely sport a pair of these AF1’s with sundresses and skirts during the summer season.
Every Nike Air Force 1 in the market has a different offering when it comes to matchless detailing, and for the Nike Air Force 1 07 Metallic, bling, and shiny elements are its thing. The coveted Nike Swoosh on the side panels is dipped in glossy, metallic details which extend all the way to the heel tab.
Icon to icon, the Nike Air Force 1 was probably the most encompassing silhouette ever created by Nike that would traverse centuries in its inaugural debut. Designed by Bruce Kilgore, the 1982-born sneaker was one for the books, a really thick and important one indeed. Its mainstay appeal took years in the making, but with its stronghold of colorways nowadays, one might honestly say that it deserves it.
The pinnacle person responsible for the birth of the Air Force 1 is Bruce Kilgore, a quiet but powerful force in sneaker design. He can also be contributed to the creation of several iconic silhouettes including the Nike Sock Racer and the Air Jordan II. He was even drafted to conceptualize Michael Jordan’s first shoe called the Air Ship, though it didn’t successfully hit the stores for public consumption.
The Air Force 1’s reign was relatively short-lived when it was first introduced because let’s face it, 2 years was not enough for its beauty and grace to tap the whole sneaker pantheon. After being discontinued in 1984, the high-top sneaker was resurrected in 1986 thanks to a group of sneaker boutiques in Baltimore. Cinderella Shoes, Downtown Locker Room, and Rudo Sports were among the stores who spearheaded the revival and that instance marks the very first “retro” in footwear history.
2007 was the 25th anniversary of the Air Force 1. It was only reasonable to do a coveted remake for the shoe’s golden year. Nike revamped the construction of the sneaker and gave it a more modern structure which complies to concurrent trends. The Deubre, which was an element invented by Nike ACG innovator Damon Clegg, had sharpened edges instead of the OG rounded ones. From then on, Nike had been utilizing that rectangular accent for many of their AF1’s including those that are collaborated with particular artists and clothing lines.
The Nike Air Force 1 takes on many forms, with each one expressing a different side of Nike’s aesthetic. Many of those were conceptualized by artists across platforms including musicians and celebrities. Take for example the Nike Air Force 1 07 Metallic, which has a glistening Swoosh on its side panel complemented by leather uppers and a classic white Air Force midsole. The metallic gloss even influenced the heel tabs for a more luxurious appeal.
- The favorite colorways of the sneaker are the Black /Summit White and Vast Grey/Summit White.
- An encapsulated Air-Sole unit on the heel provides cushioning.
- The uppers are composed of leather and synthetic materials.
- For its breathability, perforations are positioned on the toe box.
- A non-marking rubber outsole with pivot points employs exceptional traction and grip.