Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘White & Ivory Snake’


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Originally released in 1996 as an Asian exclusive pair, the ‘Air Force 1 Ivory Snake’ is getting a retro treatment from Nike. True to the OG pair, the predominately white sneakers are highlighted by faux snakeskin accents to the heel and ‘Swoosh’. Going along with a black tongue badge and matching embroidery on the heel counter, this pair features the same crisp white leather uppers and the iconic breathable perforations on the toe box. The timeless kicks are completed with trusty rubber outsoles infused with Nike‘s signature ‘Air Cushioning’. Protect your shoes from creasing with these Sneaker Shields (£8).

  • Air Cushioning
  • Perforated Toe Box
  • Textile Lining, Leather Uppers
  • Foam Midsole, Rubber Outsole
  • Padded Collar, Swoosh Branding



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Nike is an American multinational corporation engaged in the design, development, manufacturing, worldwide marketing and sales of footwear, apparel, equipment, accessories, and services. The company was founded in 1964 with a different name by the track-and-field coach Bill Bowerman and one of his athletes — Phil Knight, at the University of Oregon. They opened their first retail store in 1966 and launched their first branded shoe pair in 1972. The brand was renamed in 1978 to what we know today. As the world’s leading sportswear brand, Nike‘s mission, dedication and philosophy is to bring inspiration to every person in the world.