The ubiquitous Nike Air Force 1 is still a workhorse when it comes to combining form and fashion. To coincide with Chinese New Year and country’s appreciation of the shoe, Nike Sportswear is dropping the Nike Air Force 1 High “Nai Ke.”
Star NBA point guard Kyrie Irving is getting a signature shoe, but first, he gets a special make up of the Nike Air Force 1. The Kyrie Air Force 1 comes in a two colorways, homages to his Duke University credentials and his current squad, the Cleveland Cavaliers.
This year, we saw a rise in popularity of the Nike Air Force 1 that could be an indication of great things for how the shoe will perform in 2014. That said, the company that told us to “Just Do It” unveiled three pair of Uptowns in their “Brazil” pack that sneakerheads should love.
Stalley and Nike have joined forces once again to combine rap lure with street appeal for an exclusive pair of Nike Air Force 1 High iDs.
In continued celebration of the Nike Air Force 1’s 30th anniversary, Nike Sportswear has opened a pop-up shop in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Called Pivot Point, the retail location will be open for a limited time and is a destination for all things Air Force 1.
The highly anticipated Supreme and Nike Air Force 1 collaboration gets a release date. Also, new details about the streetwear brands first non-SB sneaker with Nike have been revealed.
Is there still country for Air Force 1s? The iconic (seriously, no cliche) basketball shoe still looks ill in the right colorways and this latest Supreme version fits that bill.
Slap on “Supreme” (officially, not on some bootleg ish) to any garments and the hypebeasts will surely covet said piece of apparel. No shots, it is what it is and other brands would kill for the reputation the skater destination has cultivated over the years. The streetwear monster is about ramp up their customers’ thirst level […]
One “Linsanity” inspiring run with the New York Knicks and Jeremy Lin is about to cash in with a hefty contract. The Taiwanese-American point guard already has more specialty edition kicks than the average NBA player, too. The Nike Air Force 1 “Jeremy Lin” edition is available, but hurry if you want to cop since […]