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The Nike Air Force 1 Low Appears With Emerald Stained Glass Patterns

A street classic that’s also been joyfully adopted by the world of high fashion, Nike’s Air Force 1 Low has received many an opulent makeover — both in-line and collaborative — during the past few years, and the latest pair to surface is this emerald colorway that features a palatial stained glass pattern. The mostly monochromatic upper features a veritable wealth of embroidered details — ranging from traditional star-style shapes to cleverly placed small Swooshes — while …

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Nike Adds Oversized Swoosh Logos To The Classic White Air Force 1

The all-white Nike Air Force 1 Low is more than just a shoe: it’s a veritable cultural icon. One of the Swoosh Brand’s best-selling, most recognizable, and most influential silhouettes, it’s garnered thunderous acclaim from a smorgasbord of subcultures. Although it’s been said that you don’t want to mess with a classic, a new premium leather take on the all-whites has surfaced — and it features a compelling embellishment: oversized Swoosh logos. Due to the mono…

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The Nike Air Force 1 Low Is Dropping Soon In Full Muslin Canvas

Nike’s ever-popular Air Force 1 Low has taken on many alternate materials in its nearly four decades on the market, and now it’s set to release in a brand-new muslin-colored canvas makeup. The shoe opts for an entirely tonal look by dressing most of its real estate in the aforementioned soft tan colorway, so it’s the materials/details that are the true standout here. The rough and rugged canvas follows the tan tones down onto the midsole, adding an extra layer of style and a…

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Emotionally Unavailable And Nike Host A Carnival For Air Force 1 Launch

Emotionally Unavailable’s Air Force 1 High collaboration was finally available this past weekend as the street fashion brand helmed by KB and Edison Chen hosted the Emotionally Unavailable carnival in Los Angeles. Complete with a small-town fair vibe, the pop-up shop featured traditional games and other fare as well as a full wall of merch hanging on a netted display of prizes and other goodies. Custom t-shirts as well as E.U. Air tote bags were also available at this exclusive drop, so…

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LeBron James Reveals Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit “Caramel Chocolate Sundae”

Ahead of the 2019 NBA All-Star Game, LeBron James has revealed a new “Carmel Chocolate Sundae” PE colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Low Flyknit. Although the affectionate nickname apparently given to the shoes by the King himself conjures images of sweet treats, it belies the design somewhat as the shoes feature a tiger camo-style pattern. A mixture of abstract-shaped black and white tones make up the base — and interesting accents are offered by textured brown hits that provide …

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Nike Adds Racer Blue To The Air Force 270 Utility

Before their was the Air Max 720, there was its Air Max 270 predecessor, that introduced the world to the first ever lifestyle-engineered heel unit while creating the largest Air in the Swoosh’s iconic subsidiary. Since Air Max Day 2018, that 270 has gone on to influence a number of other silhouettes including the Air Max Bowfin 270 and the Air Force 270 Utility you see here. Serving as a hybrid of the aforementioned lifestyle marvel and the Air Force 180 basketball shoe from 1992, it i…

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Nike Adds Velour Uppers To The Air Force 1 Premium

Throughout the illustrious history of the pace-setting Air Force 1 silhouette, it has been outfitted in nearly every textile under the sun, from leather, to suede, to animal scales, and beyond. Dressing up the icon next in its Premium construction will be Velour, set to spice up three tonal takes of the AF1 Low. Other than its Sail-colored sole unit and its Metallic Gold embroidered tongue and heel logos, this trio of Forces equip tonal color schemes and velvet outfits, with interested partie…

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Nike Presents A Racing-Inspired Air Force 1 For All-Star Weekend

While Jordan Brand is focusing on Michael’s Tar Heel heritage in North Carolina, Nike is setting its sights on another institution of the city – the Charlotte Motor Speedway. This upcoming Air Force 1, confirmed to release during All-Star Weekend, is indeed inspired by the racing culture and tradition of the region with a blue, red, and white colorway inspired by the landmark’s official logo. Additionally, Nike decorates this Air Force 1 with special decals on the heel and m…

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Nike Adds Light Blue Touches To A Black Air Force 1

When it comes to Swoosh brand classics, it is no secret that the Nike Air Force 1 is toward – i3f not at – the top of the list, coming done up in an endless array of color schemes both boisterous and simplistic. The newest variety you see pictured here fits into the latter category as this particular Air Force 1 Low combines a primarily black upper with hits of light blue on its heel, lateral heel, and tongue to break up an otherwise mundane aesthetic. Other deviations from a simp…

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Nike’s “Jelly Puff” Arrives On The Women’s Air Force 1

When it comes to their alternate branded embellishments, one of Nike’s favorite design quirks for their women’s shoes as of late has been a “Jelly Puff” Swoosh. The large three-dimensional branded hit is both versatile — it can be adorned with a multitude of different colors and styles — and eye-catching, standing out both literally and figuratively from whatever shoe it’s placed on. It’s already been seen on both the Air Max 1 and the Outbreak for the …

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