While Nike’s iconic Air Force 1 design has seen any number of colorways in its 33-year lifespan, the construction of the shoe has largely stuck to the traditional materials of leather and suede. However, with a number of glimpses of white and multicolor Flyknit variations of the sneaker in recent months, Nike seems convinced in launching the Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit in force.

This newest model to surface only puts more momentum behind the trend, with a mottled purple Flyknit upper adored with a black leather Swoosh and ankle strap. Meanwhile, a classic white Air sole unit anchors the sneaker firmly in its heritage.

Look for the Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit “Purple” to hit select retailers in early 2016.