Nike’s ‘Air Force 1 low’ pays homage to the Goddess of Victory

Nike’s 'Air Force 1 low' pays homage to the Goddess of Victory
Nike’s 'Air Force 1 low' pays homage to the Goddess of Victory
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Although most people associate Nike with sneakers, the brand’s name derives from the Greek goddess of the same name, who represents victory.

To celebrate Goddess Nike, the sportswear brand will be releasing ‘The Winged Goddess Of Victory’ with the Air Force 1 Low.

Keeping its look monochromatic, the low-top shoe has replaced its smooth leather with ribbed Epi leather, adding texture to its forefoot and heel overlays.

A silver mesh also peeks out from underneath the white laces, mirroring the wings of the aforementioned goddess herself.

Nike’s 'Air Force 1 low' pays homage to the Goddess of Victory
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At the back, one shoe reads “Nike Air” in Greek lettering, while the other has a palm branch (the symbol of victory) embroidered on the heel tabs in metallic silver.

Nike’s 'Air Force 1 low' pays homage to the Goddess of Victory

The dedication continues within the sneaker, where a figure of the goddess has been imprinted onto the insoles.

Nike’s 'Air Force 1 low' pays homage to the Goddess of Victory

Stay tuned for ‘The Winged Goddess Of Victory’ official release date.

Recently, Nike was also ranked as the world’s most valuable brand for the seventh year in a row.

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