Are you a lover of the pink shade? If so, you’re in luck as the Nike Air Force 1 Upstep “Red Stardust” makes its way to the market. These kicks are pure female from the soles all the way to the tip of its shoelaces. Here’s what you can expect from the design:
Colors and Style
The official colors are red stardust, silt red, and white. In perfect honesty however, the main color that stands out is pink. The Nike Air Force 1 Upstep is done primarily in the feminine shade of pink with a full white sole.
The full pink ensemble sports a pockmarked vamp and linear delineations that add some design to the kicks. The overall body however is one strip of leather instead of a layered pattern, thus not giving the shoes any kind of depth. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? This depends on your personal preferences. In all however, the Nike Air Force 1 Upstep exudes a classically clean ensemble that should be easy to bring anywhere.
The visible icons are on the tongue, the quarter panel, and the heels of the shoes. On the tongue you’ve got the Nike Air logo done in a crisp white design. The heels also have the same logo, this time embroidered onto the material in the same white shade. The Swoosh design however is kept pink and slightly raised so that it becomes obvious with just one look.
Aside from the color however, the Nike Air Force 1 Upstep also makes its mark with the incredibly thick soles – possibly thick enough to add a few centimetres to your height. The bottom surface is flat though so you don’t have to worry about maintaining your balance with these kicks. As an added bonus, the white bottom is packed with ridges, allowing for a strong grip when in use.
Needless to say, the Nike Air Force 1 Upstep is available primarily for the ladies.
Here’s the bad news: the Nike Air Force 1 Upstep “Red Stardust” doesn’t have a release date yet, which means that it can be anywhere from today until December 31, 2017. There’s also no forecasted price tag for the kicks but there’s every hope that they won’t fall within the more expensive range. Considering how Air Jordan managed to release kicks at just $140, there’s every chance that the Nike Air Force 1 Upstep “Red Stardust” will fall within the same price range, preferably no more than $180. Of course, the only sure way to find out is if you keep visiting the site for the latest news!