"Georgetown" Hues Land on the Nike Air Force 1 Low

Washington D.C.'s Georgetown University colors have enhanced many models in recent memory, including the Air Jordan 1 High '85, Air Jordan 6, and the Terminator High, which makes a return this month. Nike continues to celebrate the reputable establishment by setting its muted hues on the Air Force 1 Low. The low-top sneaker is pulled together by a tumbled white leather base, setting things in motion. "Light Smoke Grey" casually adorns the overlays with a rugged suede finish, while the university's distinguished "Midnight Navy" accents land on the smooth leather medial Swooshes and Nike-embroidered heel tabs. White nylon tongues are adorned with grey perimeter trimmings and branded badges, while Swoosh emblems furnish the lower laces. Branded insoles round out the offering, along with standard white midsoles and tinted bottoms. Take a first look at the Nike Air Force 1 "Georgetown" in the gallery above, and keep your eyes peeled for a drop to come later this year. In other news, the Air Jordan 1 Elevate High receives a fearless "Hyper Royal" revamp. Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST

"Georgetown" Hues Land on the Nike Air Force 1 Low

Washington D.C.'s Georgetown University colors have enhanced many models in recent memory, including the Air Jordan 1 High '85, Air Jordan 6, and the Terminator High, which makes a return this month. Nike continues to celebrate the reputable establishment by setting its muted hues on the Air Force 1 Low.

The low-top sneaker is pulled together by a tumbled white leather base, setting things in motion. "Light Smoke Grey" casually adorns the overlays with a rugged suede finish, while the university's distinguished "Midnight Navy" accents land on the smooth leather medial Swooshes and Nike-embroidered heel tabs. White nylon tongues are adorned with grey perimeter trimmings and branded badges, while Swoosh emblems furnish the lower laces.

Branded insoles round out the offering, along with standard white midsoles and tinted bottoms.

Take a first look at the Nike Air Force 1 "Georgetown" in the gallery above, and keep your eyes peeled for a drop to come later this year.

In other news, the Air Jordan 1 Elevate High receives a fearless "Hyper Royal" revamp.

Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST