Before it hits the market in its recently unveiled city-inspired makeover dedicated to the diverse neighborhoods of the Windy City for All-Star weekend, the Nike Air Force 1 Low is first looking to supply its fans with a delivery to close out the month of January. The upcoming rendition is but one of the members of the Swoosh's forthcoming "Black Pack", which focuses on enhancing the classic basketball silhouette with a details of luxurious sensibility. The tones that compose much of its presentation indulge in a neutral essence, as the upper mostly sees through to a tonal black, with tiny amounts of rich gilded hits touching the lace loops closest to the ankle, as well as the tongue branding, followed by a midsole pairing applied in cream. Although seemingly looking like just a rather plain sneaker at first, these come with an interesting design twist. Swoosh logos and heel tabs alike are constructed with a rub-away leather which transitions from black to tan after enduring normal wear and tear.