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Jan 23, 2018
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Another Starred Nike Air Force 1 High is Releasing

Stars and stripes on the Air Force 1 have grown customary in recent years, a sign of patriotism, uniqueness and often times collaboration. And while no collaboration is attached to this upcoming release, it is filled with stars san stripes.

Colored in a tumbled white leather base with strap in tow, blue contrasts punctuate the look alongside stars at both the tongue tag and heel.

It has not yet been made clear exactly what the stars represent on this particular release, but stick with Nice Kicks for more details on this upcoming Nike Air Force 1 High.

Nike Air Force 1 High
Nike Air Force 1 High
Nike Air Force 1 High
Nike Air Force 1 High
Nike Air Force 1 High
Nike Air Force 1 High
Nike Air Force 1 High
Nike Air Force 1 High

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Jan 23, 2018
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John Elliott x Nike Air Force 1 Low Dropping This Fall

Produced by famed streetwear designer John Elliott last November in conjunction with both ComplexCon and the AF100 collection, his iteration of an all-white Air Force 1 Low will see a retail release later this year.

Come fall, Elliott’s Air Force 1 Low design will made its debut in stores. Adding and reducing layers to create shadows, the shoe’s overlays are doubled to heighten dimensions while the Swoosh is cut out of the foxing to bolster said appearance and shadow structure.

Expect the John Elliott x Nike Air Force 1 Low sometime this fall. Also, be sure to check out Elliott’s Nike Vandal collection which will also continue this year.

John Elliott x Nike Air Force 1 Low
John Elliott x Nike Air Force 1 Low
John Elliott x Nike Air Force 1 Low
John Elliott x Nike Air Force 1 Low

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Jan 22, 2018
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This Upcoming Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Force 1 Is a MoMA Collaboration

Image via: @fakesickness

Image via: @fakesickness

A detailed look at this upcoming black colorway of the Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Force 1 ’07 has surfaced online, featuring a fairly straightforward design that features a tonal black leather upper and matching black sole unit. Special details include a stitched metallic silver Swoosh and Virgil’s signature text on the quarter panels and midsole. Contrasting hits of white on the zip tie and laces complete the look. An interesting wrinkle is revealed on the box label, showing that Nike has brought in MoMA as a third-party collaborator on the release. Stay tuned for word on a launch date. 

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Jan 21, 2018
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MoMa x OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 ’07 Collaboration


MoMa Virgil Nike Air Force 1 07 AV5210-001 Release Date

Virgil Abloh is expanding on his collaborations with Nike Sportswear but this time he will also be linking up for MoMa which stands for Museum of Modern Art. Located in Midtown Manhattan in New York City and designed by Yoshio Taniguchi, the trio will debut the Nike Air Force 1.

This OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 Low collaboration looks like your standard collaboration with Virgil. For this pair they come dressed in Black and Metallic Silver. As for MoMa’s part, what stands out is their name on the box label.

MoMa Virgil Nike Air Force 1 07 Release Date

At the time of writing, a specific release date for the MoMa x Virgil Nike Air Force 1 07 has yet to be announced. However they are expected to launch at select Nike Sportswear retailers in the coming months. Once we have more information we will make sure to update you. For now check out more images by scrolling below.

MoMA x Virgil Nike Air Force 1 ’07
Black/Metallic Silver-Black
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MoMa Virgil Nike Air Force 1 07 AV5210-001 Release Date

MoMa Virgil Nike Air Force 1 07 AV5210-001 Release Date

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Jan 19, 2018
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Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Sail’ Debuts This Spring


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Travis Scott and Nike Sportswear are expanding on their collaborations. Once again the two will partner up on the Nike Air Force 1 Low which will come dressed in ‘Sail’.

Currently images have yet to leak of this Nike Air Force 1. However they are expected to feature canvas across the uppers while dipped in Sail. They will also be equipped with Swoosh velcro patches and logo.

Travis Scott Nike Air Force 1 Low Sail Release Date

The Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low Sail will release at select Nike Sportswear retailers during Spring and Summer 2018. Retail price will be 0. Once we have more information we will make sure to update you. For now visit the comments section and let us know your thoughts on this upcoming release.

Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low
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Travis Scott Nike Air Force 1 Low Sail AQ4211-101

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Jan 19, 2018
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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lunar New Year” // Preview

Before the Lunar New Year in mid February, Nike is set to release a budding Air Force 1 Low of the same name. Filled with celebratory odes to the upcoming zodiac, the shoe that was confirmed back in summer is set to release within the coming weeks.

Outfitted in a traditional white leather base, the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lunar New Year” is styled with fireworks emblazoned around the heel while butterflies and floral graphics support the explosive centering mechanism. Nike has not confirmed a release date for the shoe but it’s likely to expect them before February 16, the official start of the Chinese New Year.

Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lunar New Year”

Style #: AJ8928-100

Nike Air Force 1 Low "Lunar New Year"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lunar New Year”
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Lunar New Year"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lunar New Year”
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Lunar New Year"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lunar New Year”
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Lunar New Year"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lunar New Year”
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Lunar New Year"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lunar New Year”
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Lunar New Year"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Lunar New Year”

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Jan 18, 2018
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Nike Reimagines the Air Force 1 and Air Jordan 1 for a New Generation of Women

Image via: Nike

Image via: Nike

Upon their original release in the ’80s, both the Nike Air Force 1 and Air Jordan 1 quickly transcended their original court purposes. The venerable silhouettes underwent countless revisions in subsequent decades, but both have been completely overhauled for this latest collection, The 1 Reimagined, predicated on the concept of shaking things up. Nike tapped a discrete group of internal designers to rethink the Air Force 1 and Air Jordan 1 for the first time, and the fourteen women were given free reign to create new articulations of the two footwear icons. 

One of their only constraint was time, as the designers were given just two weeks, from brief to final design. Another guideline was a grouping of five personas that would act as design archetypes: explorer, lover, sage, rebel and jester. In the end, there were a total of 10 radical designs, confirming the overall concept behind the project: the genesis of creativity is diversity. Available in women’s sizes and finished in a muted color palette, the kicks will be available February 7th through Nike SNKRS.

Release Date: 2/7/18 (Wednesday)

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Jan 18, 2018
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Nike Air Force High // Throwback Thursday

Big socks not included.

Welcome to today’s Nice Kicks’ Throwback Thursday, where we once again reminisce, remember, and pay tribute to another ’90s basketball gem, a silhouette that has yet to receive a proper retro from Nike: the 1993 Nike Air Force High.

Everything seemed bigger and bolder in the ’90s: more Air, longer shorts, darker socks, and high-top basketball sneakers which rival the Burj Khalifa in terms of height, appearance, and presence.

One particular early ’90s statement piece which surprisingly has not received its proper due is the 1993 Nike Air Force High. A cousin of the 1993 Nike Air Sheer Force, the Air Force High is a highly aggressive, rugged, and sturdy model, able to withstand the tough, physical game characteristic of ’90s basketball.

With an aesthetically pleasing design, the Air Force incorporated the most advanced sneaker technology of its time including a Dynamic-fit inner sleeve made of neoprene, high quality leather upper, and interlocking straps — the latter design attribute which was also seen on the Air Jordan 8, Air Force Max CB, and Air Raid.

What further defines the Air Force is its strong on court presence, worn by a multitude of players at both college and NBA levels including guards Mark Price and John Stockton, and big men Charles Oakley, David Robinson, and Alonzo Mourning.

Also of note, Horace Grant of the Chicago Bulls and Richard Dumas of the Phoenix Suns wore the Air Force High throughout the 1993 NBA Finals. Additionally, Donyell Marshall of UConn and Jalen Rose of Michigan wore the Air Force during their collegiate careers as well, illustrating the versatility and popularity of the shoe across multiple levels.

Many colorways were released including black/white-lapis, white/black, white/kelly green, white/fire red, and white/black-black orchid which allowed the Air Force to be a fully customizable team sneaker.

In 1993, Nike created a comic series which featured several prominent basketball models including the Nike Air Bound, Air Force Max, Dynamic Flight, and the Air Force High, the latter which featured Alonzo Mourning and David Robinson sporting the Air Force in both mid and high versions, respectively, forever capturing the true aggressiveness and durability of the sneaker as the footwear of choice in a sport of legends and giants.

The 1993 Nike Air Force High: a memorable, timeless classic, whose legacy and presence has withstood the test of time.

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Jan 16, 2018
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Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Red Paisley’


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As most know Nike Sportswear has released their fair share of the Nike Air Force 1 over the past year. With that being said they will expand on the offerings while using paisley.

This Nike Air Force 1 Low comes dressed in a Black and University Red color combination. As you can see they feature Black leather on the base while Red Paisley lands on the Nike Swoosh logos. The same print is also seen on the insoles while Red lands on the heel tab. Completing the look is a Black outsole.

At the time of writing a specific release date for the Nike Air Force 1 Low Red Paisley has started to release at select Nike Sportswear retailers overseas. You can also expect them to start showing up soon at stateside retailers including online at Nike.com. Continue to scroll below to check out more images which will give you a better look.

Nike Air Force 1 Low
Black/University Red-University Red
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Nike Air Force 1 Low Red Paisley AO3154-001

Nike Air Force 1 Low Red Paisley AO3154-001

Nike Air Force 1 Low Red Paisley AO3154-001

Nike Air Force 1 Low Red Paisley AO3154-001

Nike Air Force 1 Low Red Paisley AO3154-001

Nike Air Force 1 Low Red Paisley AO3154-001

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Jan 15, 2018
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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Red Paisley” // First Look

Nike is getting more experimental with the Nike Air Force 1 Low as the classic Bruce Kilgore design looks towards spring. After its “Equality” BHM release earlier today, this upcoming colorway sees its sartorial enhancement not at the heel but on the iconic Swoosh.

Similar to the aforementioned “Equality” pair done in all-black leather, contrast red Swoosh branding marks the paneling of this upcoming release. However, the shoe takes on even greater expression as a paisley print flows throughout the red Swoosh joining the tongue and heel branding.

No release details are currently available for this Nike Air Force 1 Low “Red Paisley” colorway. Keep it locked to Nice Kicks for more.

Nike Air Force 1 Low "Red Paisley"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Red Paisley”
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Red Paisley"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Red Paisley”
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Red Paisley"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Red Paisley”
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Red Paisley"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Red Paisley”
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Red Paisley"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Red Paisley”

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Jan 13, 2018
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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Tan” // First Look

Nike Air Force 1 releases will not slow in 2018. Now a year removed from its 35th anniversary, the time defiant style persists in a run that has seen the shoe return to prominence. Colorways like this tan pair are a large reason why.

Although the “Linen” is the more preferred iteration of any tan AF1, this one is a strong ringer with tonal Swoosh branding as opposed to pink. Moreover, the branding is textured and slightly enlarged with gives the model a bit more profile in its stance.

Grab a first look at this new Nike Air Force 1 Low “Tan” and stay tuned for more details.

Nike Air Force 1 Low "Tan"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Tan”
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Tan"
Nike Air Force 1 Low “Tan”

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Jan 11, 2018
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Nike Air Force 1 Low “EQUALITY” // Preview

Maintaining momentum and collective conscious from last year’s efforts, the Nike Air Force 1 Low “EQUALITY” sees 2018 riding two tides that defined the year before.

After a celebrated 35th anniversary, the Air Force 1 remains in rotation following collaborative and custom takes. After taking a stance and sending a message in ad, on foot and on sidelines, the EQUALITY campaign continues it what may go down as won of Nike’s biggest wins and moments.

On this upcoming release, all of the above comes together with white text stamping the heel of the black leather shoe. Denoted as a “CMFT” take on the box, this pair sports a drop in Lunarlon sole for a cozier wear than your regular retro.

As we await official RD details, preview this BHM drop in the IG gallery below.

AIR FORCE 1 CMFT EQUALITY is pure FIREEEEE. @nikesportswear got a winner with this one #equality #goodvibesonly #igsneakercommunity #sneakerholics #dopekicks #airforce1 #copordrop #activeathlete88

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