The sneaker boasts solid black uppers that are made from both leather and soft velvet, while references to the ‘H-Town’ colorway name can be spotted on the lace dubraes. For this iteration, the Swooshes come fitted in a bold silver color, while “NIKE” branding can be found at the rear and tongue tags. Contrasting details include pink velvet sockliners and tongues, yellow stitching, and a red rubber outsole.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘H-Town’ will launch in the near future via Nike.
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