Air Force 1 Mid "Floral" Exclusive for Grade Schoolers

Over the past couple of weeks, Nike has been expanding its lineup of grade school exclusive collections. This latest release is centered around the classic Air Force 1, with a new mid-top design created by Bruce Kilgore. This addition complements Nike's upcoming collection, which features a delightful infusion of floral patterns.

Similar to the tongue tags on the G-Dragon Air Force 1 that reminded us of dandelions, the upper of these shoes is covered in a layer of black leather. Sprouting from the vamp to the heel are a multitude of vibrant pink and red flowers, appearing randomly like a blooming field. The ankle strap is adorned with 3D flower tags, adding to the shoe's heritage-inspired design. The monochrome backdrop is completed by a clean white midsole and laces. Adding a subtle contrast, the crimson red shade is used for the insoles, heel tabs, tread, and tongue tab logos.

Air Force 1 Mid Floral heel side view

In the near future, we can anticipate the arrival of the Air Force 1 Mid "Floral" exclusively for grade schoolers. This collection will include two low-top sneakers adorned with flowers in shades of tan and green.

Although an official release date has yet to be announced, we can already catch a glimpse of these shoes through detailed images in this article.

Of course, Nike have many other shoes for kids, for example, Nike Air Max 1 will release a pink version for kids in 2024 spring, with $100.