Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lady Liberty”



Back in 1885 the US received 214 crates of a dullish brown copper from France.  After assembling all 350 pieces America had it’s symbol of Freedom, The Statue of Liberty.

Years later a chemical process known as oxidation turned that dullish brown into the Green hue we are familiar with today.  Nike has gone the extra mile in mimicking one of the most recognizable structures in the world with these AF1 Low’s.  Complete with a Copper base coat along with a Thermo-reactive material that leads to a mint exposure color, the likeness is incredible.  These fittingly dropped on the 4th of July, but luckily you still have a chance to cop them now from Kith NYC.



Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lady Liberty”
Color: Copper
Style: 812297-800
Price: $125

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I grew up in Sacramento, CA and completely fell in love with shoes in 3rd grade when the Air Jordan 5 was released, from that point forward kicks were a major part of my life. My sneaker collection contains various types and brands, though Jordan retro's are the majority. These days I live in Chicago with my Wife and 3 kids I enjoy sharing my sneaker hobby with them.
  • StayTrue_12

    Really hope I can get my hands on these.

  • Devin Sherrill

    So sick!!

  • ひ Almighty Pharaoh ひ

    These kinda remind me of the lady liberty retro 10 I love them.