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Nike Expands "Move to Zero" Series with "Hemp" Blazer Mid and Air Force 1 Low

Culture
February 24, 2022

Nike has revealed reworked versions of its staple Air Force 1 and Blazer Mid silhouettes in colorful "Hemp" uppers as part of its "Move to Zero" series.

The upcoming Nike Blazer Mid takes a more subdued approach with white knit uppers, “Barley” overlays on the forefoot and an orange heel tab. Embroidery accents appear on the eyelets and rear, while a blue swoosh is painted along the laterals. The rear tab features cursive Nike embroidery, and the tongue tab displays the iconic swoosh accompanied by subtle “HEMP” text. Insoles come in bright green with “Move to Zero” insignias, and white speckled sole units complete the pairs.

Front view of Nike Blazer Mid with white knit uppers, "Barley" overlays on the forefront and an orange heel tab.

Up-close of tongue tab displays the iconic swoosh accompanied by subtle "Hemp" text.

Nike Blazer Mid rear heal has a blue swoosh painted along the laterals.

Nike Blazer Mid rear tab features cursive Nike embroidery.

The Air Force 1 is offered in fully knitted uppers in an assortment of orange, green, blue, and lime-colored panels. Similar Nike branding accents are continued from the aforementioned Nike Blazer Mid, and the tongue tab maintains an exposed foam finish. A speckled Nike Grind rubber sole unit rounds out the look.

Nike Air Force 1 offered in fully knitted uppers in an assortment of orange, green, blue and lime-colored panels. Tongue tab maintains an exposed foam finish.

The Nike Air Force 1 is offered in fully knitted uppers in an assortment of orange, green, blue, and lime-colored panels.
Nike Air Force 1 rear tab features cursive Nike embroidery


Take a look at the official photos above, and expect the Nike Blazer Mid and Nike Air Force One "Hemp" to arrive at Nike's website and select retailers in the coming weeks.

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