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Nike Drops Two Air Force 1 Highs With Dip-Dye Midsoles And Straps

Sometimes you need to add just a little flair to a classic sneaker, and Nike’s Air Force 1 High is doing just that with two new “dip-dye” iterations. The first white-based shoe features black marbled detailing on the midsole, outsole, strap, and heel tab that contrasts wonderfully with the pristine tonal white upper. Bold “AIR’ branding in a futuristic font, a perforated Nike hit on the heel, and a Nike swoosh logo adorn the tongue labels, and further Nike brandi…

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OFF WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 To Release In Volt-Based Colorway

The deluge of reports regarding new OFF WHITE x Nike collaborative silhouettes and colorways continues at a rapid pace, as after last week’s info that new co-branded Zoom Fly colorways were set to release this fall, there are now reports that the OFF WHITE Air Force 1 Low is set to release in a volt-based colorway. The shoe supposedly features an all-volt upper with white laces and an jade swoosh, complete with the orange tab, Nike branding on the side of the tongue, and now-iconic red …

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Nike Gets Premium With The Air Force 1 Low “Phantom Snakeskin”

Nike’s iconic Air Force 1 Low got all dressed up for the weekend as a high-end “Phantom Snakeskin” LX edition of the classic sneaker has arrived. Offering a light tan upper with snakeskin detailing, the shoe’s premium features include Margiela-esque abstract black paint splatter accents, a bold bronze patch on the tongue, and rose gold metallic accents on the deubré and lace tips.  This super-luxe take on the classic Air Force 1 is available from Nike UK now for £89…

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How Nike’s Digitally Connected Air Force 1s Opens Access To Exclusive Gear

Nike’s Air Force 1 NikeConnect, a shoe that will communicate with the wearer’s smartphone via a NFC chip embedded in the heel, was officially unveiled and released quietly earlier today. The shoe offers the wearer access to an exclusive release method called “The Choice”: when scanned with their smartphone, the sneaker enables the wearer to choose from and purchase one of two limited shoes each month. The wearer will also be able to gain access to exclusive events in N…

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The Upcoming Nike Air Force 1 “Easter” Blends Patent Leather And Suede

Nike is getting a little more creative for the upcoming Air Force 1 tradition for Easter. You’ll recognize the pastel tones, a staple of the Spring/Summer holiday, but the brand has discovered a new color-blocking theme that splits the shoes at the mudguard. Additionally, the blend of patent leather, smooth leather, and suede make for an eclectic mix of materials, while the custom Easter basket logo embroidered on the tongue make for this season’s best finds. A release date hasn&#…

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Is The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Taiwan” Releasing Again In March?

During All-Star weekend, one of the greatest Air Force 1 color schemes of all time returned as an All-Star exclusive release. Dressed in patent leather with red and grey gradient Swooshes, the Air Force 1 “Taiwan” is a “grail” status sneaker for any Nike brand loyalist or AF1 head. Sneaker retailer, Kix-Files, had an online pre-order that is currently sold out and details plans for product shipments this month. While it is not guaranteed, this could point to a larger s…

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Suede” Pack Coming In Three Striking Colorways

Nike keeps the new Air Force 1 looks coming, with this brand new “Seude” pack that dresses the iconic sneaker in three unique color schemes. Fully adorned in premium suede, each Swoosh is surrounded by white piping to add some depth to the tonal design. A customary Air Force midsole finishes off these looks, and completes the tonal aesthetic from head to toe. At the moment, no specific release date exists, so keep it locked to Sneaker News for updates regarding this bold AF1 colle…

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Nike Honors Roger Federer’s #1 Ranking With One-of-One Air Force 1

Roger Federer’s relationship with Nike has completely changed the Tennis Footwear industry, as the illustrious NikeCourt Vapor line is worn by 81%of Nike tennis athletes. In honor of Fed regaining his number one world ranking, the Swoosh has gifted the Swedish sensation with an exclusive pair of Air Force 1 Lows that boasts a premium leather upper with golden Swooshes and a custom “RF” tongue tag. If you flip to the other side of this ceremonious offering, “RF 1”…

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Nike Is Bringing Back The Air Force 1 “Hong Kong” From 2001

Nike is digging into its Air Force 1 crates once again as this classic from 2001 is set to return soon. As one of the brand’s earlier co.jp Air Force 1 drops, this “Hong Kong” edition featured a dark green upper, solid white outsole, and a Swoosh embroidered onto the upper and considerably smaller in scale compared to the standard AF1s. This release was part of the highly sought-after Air Force 1 B series, which also included the “Wheat” and several other unforge…

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The Nike Air Force 270 Releases On February 10th

Fresh off the heels of the retail release of the Air Max 270, Nike is ready to drop a the Air Force 270, a revised iteration of 1992′ Air Force 180. Featuring the brand’s new 270-degree Air bubble, a molded heel, and a custom D-ring strap, this new creation by the Nike Sportswear design team aims to bring back the energy of the early 90s with some contemporary flair. This new “Cloud” colorway is set to drop on February 10th alongside the Safari colorway.