Previously featured in White, the Nike Air Force 1 High “E Pluribus Unum” edition is also offered in a sleek Black iteration.
Just to recap, the sneaker sports a military-inspired theme with a multicolored tongue reflecting the distinct badges/awards found on esteemed U.S. Army/Navy personnel. Flaunting an understated Black mesh upper with tonal synthetic overlays, the defining Latin phrase “E Pluribus Unum” is actually absent from the velcro ankle strap – which is found on the aforementioned White variant.
Further pronounced with Gold accents on the lace jewel, lace tips, ankle strap and rear Nike branding, the model is finished off with an icy-blue translucent Air sole unit with removable Volt lunarlon insoles. You can find this colorway of the limited edition Nike Air Force 1 High “E Pluribus Unum” at select Nike retailers overseas now (unfortunately).
Stay tuned in to KicksOnFire for the announcement of a stateside release.
This Black version is pretty sleek, but I’m still all-in for the recent White edition.