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The Nike Air Force 1 High “Bio Beige” For Women Pairs Suede And Leather

The “Bio Beige” tone has surely not seen much limelight since its recent treatment on the Jordan 3 JTH, but Nike has slowly begun to change that, ushering in the sultry earth tone to one of its most iconic silhouettes: the Air Force 1 High. Sporting some subtle modifications, the streetwear staple retains the original’s DNA while elevating the design with a curated selection of materials. Raised overlays along the profile call back to the most recent John Elliot collaboration, while the…

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Nike Air Force 1 “Satin” Flexes a Subtle Rose Embroidery

One of Nike’s most popular models, the Air Force 1, will soon be getting a luxe upgrade — the upcoming “Satin” iteration is constructed from a black and dark grey velvety material. The kicks also feature a rose embroidery at the heel as the uppers rest on a black and white rubber sole. Finally, gold lace plates…

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First Look At The Off-White Nike Air Force 1 “Volt” For Toddlers

After bringing you a detailed look at the black pair, Virgil Abloh and the Swoosh are back once again with a toddler version of the Off-White Nike Air Force 1 in a glistening volt hue. Equipped with all of the same embellishments as the adult pair, its highlights feature a technical ripstop upper, Helvetica-style font, and Abloh’s signature zip-tie in a soft blue shade. It will be interesting to see how Abloh’s deconstructed sneakers do in small sizes, as the intricate details tha…

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Oversized Jewel Swooshes Arrives On The Nike Air Force 1

Jewel Swooshes are one of the more revered embellishments throughout all of Nike’s illustrious lore. The shimmering hit of Beaverton branding manages to take a simplistic Air Force 1 or Air Max 1 creation and bring a slightly luxurious edge into the fold. Now, Nike Sportswear’s designers are taking things to a whole new level by way of an oversized jewel check on this Obsidian-colored AF1 Low. For an even more eye-catching effect, that Swoosh ushers in a gradient pattern that comb…

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Nike Offers Up Two Air Force 1 Styles In Crimson Tint

It is no secret that female sneakerheads have been increasing by number each and every year. In an effort to provide more product for the fairer sex, the Swoosh has increased its uptick in women’s exclusive offerings, including this duo of Air Force creations dressed in a cool array of Crimson Tint and Orange Pulse. Lady fanatics of the Beaverton Brand currently have their choice between a new construction of the classic Air Force 1 Low and a dazzling rendition of the new, higher cut mi…

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Nike Reimagines The Air Force 1 Sage High Into A Calf-High Boot

The Air Force 1 Sage is unquestionably one of the most popular silhouettes from the extensive slate of women’s-only alternate takes on Air Jordan 1s and Air Force 1s that have dropped in 2018. Now, the Swoosh Brand is continuing their “Sage” stylings with yet another bold new take on the classic AF1 silhouette: a striking calf-high boot. Arriving in a black/white with tonal swoosh detailing and a swooshless white/black, both colorways feature a synthetic leather upper that c…

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Nike Brings Back Chromed Jewel Swoosh Logos For These Holiday Air Force 1s

Chromed out Jewel Swooshes are inarguably one of the most revered embellishments added to Nike models the likes of the Air Force 1 and the Air Max 1. Set to return just in time for the change of seasons, these Faded Spruce and Team Red versions of the Air Force 1 Low give off some serious Christmas vibes. Clearly highlighted by metallic silver jewel-sized Swooshes, both offerings also opt for a remixed AIR logo that comes devoid of any flashy Beaverton branding. Semi-translucent, milky outsol…

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A-COLD-WALL Is Dropping A Collaborative Nike Air Force 1 Low

Fronted by British designer Samuel Ross, A-COLD-WALL aims to blend conceptual and contemporary with their designs, providing an aesthetic that’s unlike anything else on the market. The brand first collaborated with Nike on a special Air Force 1 High that was only available at a London pop-up last year — and has called upon the classic silhouette heavily since then, with Ross posting several customized pairs on Instagram. Now, they’re set to officially return to market with anoth…

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