Just yesterday, it was revealed that Nike remastered the Air Force 1 to bring the silhouette back to its O.G. roots from the '80s. The first iteration was said to be a special pair for Chinese consumers and would even feature "Nai Ke" (Nike in Chinese) branding. With a launch set for mid-January, we now have an official look at the remastered pair of Uptowns.

The Nike Air Force 1 High, like the upcoming remastered retro Jordans, is done up with the original shape of the silhouette in mind. The mold of the high-top goes back to 1982, which features a slimmer build compared to the more recent models, and is even constructed of a premium white leather. To coincide with the special Chinese theme, the AF1 is equipped with a red Nike Swoosh and matching ankle straps and branding.

Watch for this pair to drop on January 15 through select Nike stores in China. No official word yet on a possible Nike Store drop.

[via Hypebeast]