As nice as graffiti can look, shitty scribbles on the desk at school to horrible tags around the train station make it one hell of an ugly thing. That is until you put it on a sneaker. Now, following Nike's recently released Premium Air Force 1 Low "Graffiti" comes another, which again arrives covered in graffiti-style faces. This time it's an alternate light-bone based option paired with soft reads, a complete inverse of the black/teal blue pair from earlier this week.
Like the accompanying pair, each panel of this pair sports something different, from heavy-duty two-tone Denim toe boxes and tongue tags, grid-prints and "AIR FORCE 1" printed graphics on the mid panels to graffiti-covered panels at the heel, which appear to depict an oncoming train — something graffiti artist encounter frequently. Vivid red heel overlays sport a shadowed Nike Air motif, while branding on the profile arrives via a textured translucent Swooshes. The only normality to this release arrives from the lacestay and toe overlays, which come in tumbled sail and grey leathers, and the classic sole unit painted in sail.