Seemingly paying homage to two of the most timeless Uptowns, the Nike Air Force 1 turns up in a dual-tone White/Black colorway. Keeping it classic with a smooth leather upper, white serves as a base, spilling onto the tongue and laces. As a secondary hue providing needed contrast, black chimes in on the tongue and heel tabs, as well as the Swooshes and thick Air unit-embedded sole. You can score this Air Force 1 now by hitting up Shop Nice Kicks where they available for $90.
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Undefeated plays doubles again with the brand in Beaverton to produce the new UNDFTD x Nike Lunar Force 1 Pack. Consisting of a high and low cut version of the modern Lunar Force 1, this special duo comes in contrasting colorways and compositions. The first is a LF1 High, made of a bright red long-haired suede upper. Detailing on the tall half comes in the form of a houndstooth ankle strap, finished off with Undefeated’s tally logo. The flip side is a darker black and olive LF1 with a haircut, etched with the houndstooth graphic across the entire upper. Both elements feature orange linings, off-white speckled Lunarlon midsoles, and UNDFTD insoles for additional detailing. Watch for the pack to drop February 28th at Undefeated and other select stores.
The Swoosh is back with another episode of their metallic collection, this time bringing “Liquid Metal” to the Nike Lunar Force 1. Focused on the heightened versions of the model, the Mid and High duo don silver and gold glossy uppers, respectively, atop speckled lunar midsoles. Leaving the flashiness to the upper, the laces fall in line in matching colors, leaving the inner lining to come through in white leather. The Nike Lunar Force 1 Mid and High “Liquid Metal” are hitting Nike Sportswear retailers now, so get in touch with your local NSW stockist for availability.
Seemingly a product of Jackson Pollock, the Nike Air Force 1 is used as a canvas of “Pink Splatter” on the soon-to-be-released colorway. Served up on a platter of nubuck and synthetic leather, black and vivid pink trade off panels up top, with a black midsole grounding the kick, underlined by a pink outsole. With a release date of Saturday, February 8, check out the detailed shot of this Air Force 1 and add it to your calendar as they’ll be available at retailers, including Shop Nice Kicks, for $100.
The 2014 Lunar New Year is commemorated with the Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Hi “Year of the Horse.” On the hi-top take of the classic hoops kick, a wealth of premium materials are brought to the table. Roughed up leather takes up the majority of the upper’s real estate, fronted by a touch of metallic gold on the toe and coinciding with hits of the same persuasion throughout. Arctic green makes its presence known on the leather lining of the sneaker, with an additional showing on the translucent outsole. Peep the details in the shots below and hit up Caliroots to scoop this “Year of the Horse” Air Force 1 for €169 (~$230).
Nike continues their tradition of producing special edition models that each honor the Chinese Lunar New Year with the Nike “Year of the Horse” Collection. According to the famed calendar, the horse is the representative of 2014, and now the animal of the hour inspires four different Quickstriking Swoosh silhouettes. Drawing inspiration from the strength and symbolism from the horse, this year’s run includes an Air Flightposite Exposed, Air Force 1 Comfort, Lunar Force 1, and Kobe 9 Lifestyle rendition. Each element is dressed with wolf grey, black, anthracite and green mist, all tying together yet standing alone. Get any of the four models when they release tomorrow, January 31st, at select NSW retailers for $110-$220. Tell us what you think of the collection in the feedback box, and find the individual specs below.
Coincidentally matching the tone of the season, “Cool Grey” finds its place on the everlasting Nike Air Force 1. Opting for the shades-of-grey of approach, cool grey, anthracite and wolf grey each take their position on the sneaker, with scale-like patent leather featured on the toe box and mid-foot. For a bit of flair, the side Swooshes are held down by light grey embroidery. You can add this Air Force 1 to your collection now by hitting up Shop Nice Kicks where they available for $90.
The brand in Beaverton offers up a new take on one of their most iconic models with the new Nike Air Force 1 High “Work Wear”. To close out the winter, these Air Force 1s are designed like a work book with premium materials and durable aesthetics. Composed of a rugged heavy canvas upper with nubuck overlays, the model’s locks everything in to keep the elements in. Shale and light british tan combo on the upper, contrasted by a white midsole and strong gum outsole. A gold metal lace ornament adds detailing to these booted sneakers, which are available now at size?.