Adding to their big “Reflective Collection”, Nike recently released the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Reflective Zebra”. The “Reflective Zebra” Nike Air Force 1 Low features a mix of Reflective Silver on the upper with zebra print accents, University Red accents, a White midsole, and a University Red outsole. The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Reflective Zebra” is available now at select Nike retailers. Check out more below.
Following up on our first look at the upcoming Nike “The Monotones Pack”, we have new detailed pictures of the entire pack. The “The Monotones Pack” features three classic Nike Air “1″ styles which include the Nike Air Force 1, the Nike Air Max 1, and the Nike Air Trainer 1. Each of the styles is done in a tonal Grey/Silver based colorway with a mix of denim, Nike Tape, and woven fabric. No word on a release date yet but once we hear something, it will be posted. For now, check out more below.
Nike is once again linking up with Liberty of London and this time the textile gurus have put their spin on the Nike Air Force 1 Low Downtown. Similar to the recent multicolor Flyknit makeups that we’ve seen lately, the Nike Air Force 1 Low Downtown x Liberty sports a multicolor splashed upper based on White with hits of Yellow, Red, Blue, Green, and more. The multicolor upper sits on an Off White gum sole. The Nike Air Force 1 Low Downtown x Liberty “Multicolor” release date is set for 10/26. Check out more below.
Adding to their recent and upcoming run of Air Force 1 fusion sneakers, Nike is set to release the Nike Air Force 1 Low CMFT “Penny Hardaway”. Like the Nike Air Force 1 Low GP and the Nike Air Force 1 High Bakin, the Nike Air Force 1 Low Penny Hardway is inspired by both an iconic NBA player and an iconic line of Nike Basketball sneakers. The Nike Air Force 1 Low Penny Hardaway features an instantly recognizable Orlando flavor taken from the OG Nike Air Penny 1 with a White Foamposite hit on the body, the Penny 1 jewel Swoosh, Penny’s logo on the heel, and a full icy sole. No word on a release date but we expect to see these in 2014. Check out more below.
Nike’s Space Program is back once again with the Nike Air Force 1 High “Space Pack”. The Nike Air Force 1 High “Space Pack” features two Forces that are both inspired by the Nike Space Program. The two forces include a Nike Lunar Force 1 High and a Nike Air Force 1 High Downtown. Both sneakers features pearly White uppers and details that link back to the Nike Space Program. Check out more below.
It looks like Nike will be using the Air Force 1 once again to pay tribute to another classic Nike hoops sneaker. Similar to the recently released the Nike Air Force 1 Low GP which paid tribute to the Nike Zoomm Flight The Glove, Nike is set to release the Nike Air Force 1 High Bakin. Inspired by the classic Nike Air Bakin, the Nike Air Force 1 High Bakin features the “cut out” design taken from the Bakin as well as new logo on the heel tab that is inspired by the controversial original Air Bakin logo. As part of their Air Force 1 High lineup, Nike is set to release the White/Game Royal Nike Air Force 1 High Bakin which features a mix of White, Game Royal, and Yellow on the upper and an icy sole. Check out more below and stay tuned for more.