Will you Cop the Nike Air Force 1 Low


Will you Cop the Nike Air Force 1 Low

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With Autumn approaching, Nike Air Force 1 Low will be adding onto their seasonal “Flax” collection with an Air Force 1 Low featuring Hot Pink swooshes. Overall a clean rendition that will likely be sought after this upcoming season. The normal white AF1 midsole and outsole are added underneath, finalizing the Autumn-ready colorway. White mesh then covers the toes and side paneling while also appearing on the laces and tongue. To make the iteration even better and add a nice pop of color, Hot Pink covers the Nike Swoosh and Air Force 1 branding. Much like the Wheat renditions, Golden suede adorns this newest iteration on the toe, forefoot, eyestay, ankle, and heel overlays. Every Fall season Nike pulls out their “Flax” rendition of their fan-favorite kicks.

Undefeated and Nike will be continuing their efforts next year in Summer 2021 on a collaborative Nike Dunk Low SP colorway. While there’s still a variety of different colorways slated for this year, we just got a leak for next Summer which will bring forth an Undefeated collaboration. If you thought the Nike Dunk resurgence was just a 2020 thing, we’ve been getting more and more evidence that the silhouette will also be thriving in 2021 as well. Arriving in CANTEN/LMNFST, we expect the upper of the Dunk Low to arrive in a yellow and brown colorway consisting of both leather and suede.

It looks like Virgil Abloh will be teaming up with 2020 Jordan Sneaker on a new silhouette next year for the first-ever Off-White x Nike Blazer Low that is set to drop in black and green. But as Virgil brought the Blazer Mid back in 2018, it looks like the designer has his eyes set on the Low variant with a collaboration coming next Summer in 2021. While fans already had a love for the Blazer Mid before, the hype only got amplified and Nike is still continuing to ride the wave to this day. Although not appropriate to give Virgil the title of bringing back the classic 2020 Cheap Ray-Ban Sunglasses from Nike’s vault, ever since his two iterations in 2018 dropped, the sneaker has never been busier.