Earlier this week Nike officially unveiled the Buy Nike Air Force 1 Low form – a brand new iteration of the '82 icon that not only features the innovative knit upper, but actually weighs half that of the classic version. Sneakerheads have already gone wild trying to cop pairs in the four solid tones, and that's not including the frenzy that will come with tomorrow's multi-color pair. If you're a fan of multi-color, you'll be glad to know that it'll be available in low-top form, with more pinks and teals that are akin to the Flyknit Racer "Multi-color 2.0".
If the graphics on the special "Nai Ke" Air Force 1 Low for Chinese new year look familiar, that's because you have indeed seen them before. Nike Air Force 1 Low on Sale Nike Sportswear recalls some of the characters from the "Tianjin" Air Foamposite One, which you can see with the comparison shots provided here. Going with a more simple and clean look than the rather busy Foams, the Air Force 1 opts for a crisp white leather base with the graphics placed in key areas, along with bold "Nai Ke" text in Chinese embroidered in red on each heel. It's still unconfirmed if the Chinese New Year Forces will release exclusively in China or receive a global release, so stay tuned to Sneaker News for further details.
Bruce Kilgore's classic Purchase Nike Air Force 1 Low is one of the most iconic sneakers in the game. The staying power of the silhouette, whether it be the low-top or high-top is truly incredible, having been recognized worldwide as a must-have for the past three decades. An interesting update to the Nike Air Force 1 Low has been the addition of stars on the tongue logo and heel, last seen in a premium Navy and White. Now that looks gets inverted to more closely match the legendary white on white installment, as a dark navy obsidian popping hits to match the additional stars throughout.
With less than two weeks to go until the celebration of Halloween, Nike looks to get dive into the festive spirit with their next installment of the classic Nike Air Force 1 Low Sneakers built perfectly for trick-or-treating. Appropriately titled the “Skeleton”, this impending rendition pulls similar design cues from the white colorway that released last year, but switches up its foundation for an evening-styled black leather, allowing the spooky and skeletal foot-bone graphics to shine through as if pulled straight from the x-ray machine. Furthermore, the footbeds of these ghostly AF1s come packaged the same anatomical graphics, in addition to the outsoles featuring glow-in-the-dark capabilities that can certainly spruce up your costume look come the night of the 31st.
Standing toe to toe with the Nike Air Force 1 Low for Men and Women is one made just for the Big Apple. With the same haphazard color-blocking with alternating materials and patterns, this upcoming release features a multi-colored array with black denim, metallic gold, and even basketball-textured leather on the heel-tabs. The right shoe bleeds the flagship blue and orange that represents two of NYC’s major sports teams, while the pinstriped mid-panel is a nod to none other than the Bronx Bombers. To make it official, you’ll find “NEW YORK” proudly graffiti’d onto the insoles as well as the heels of the shoe, completing a fantastic concept that rivals the Bespokes of the past.