The Nike Air Force 1 is one of the most famous shoe silhouettes of all time. It’s been a staple in the shoe collection of a few of our most beloved celebrities and athletes, and it has had a number of amazing collaborations in its time.
There are several joint releases available for every shoe lover to think about regardless of whether you’re a regular Nike Air Force 1 wearer or just beginning your journey with the iconic design. Here are 5 of our most loved below.
1. Nike Air Force 1 University Gold Off-White
Nike Air Force 1s are one of the most sought-after sneakers that are available. They are available in a vast array of colors as well as designs, making them an ideal option for fans of sneaker styles.
The Nike Off-White AF1 “University Gold” is a cult collaboration that was quickly sold out when it was released. This University Gold colorway is paired with deconstructed silver and black Swooshes.
The colorway was created in collaboration and Virgil Abloh to coincide with the forthcoming exhibit of the ICA Boston called “Figures of Speech”. This colorway combines details that are from both brands, to mark the grand opening of the “Figures of Speech” exhibition at the at the ICA Boston, 2021.
2. KAWS”X” Nike Air Force 1 “XX”
Artist from Brooklyn KAWS is not new to Nike. The artist teamed up with Swoosh back in 2008 as part of the 1World Project, where 18 artists were asked to create their own rendition of an Air Force 1, or Air Force 1.
The release was in a smooth black nubuck that was adorned with neon yellow In the end, the KAWS collaboration with Nike Air Force 1 “XX” was one of the most influential AF1 collabs ever. Featuring the famous KAWS “XX” graphic at the rear of the toe as well as a tongue tag, these are popular with fans for their resales value.
Sacai is busy dropping three different Nike Blazer Lows in the past year, each sporting distinctive designs. They’ve collaborated in conjunction with CLOT, UNDERCOVER and Fragment to create new versions of the LDWaffle, tapped Jean Paul Gaultier for a exclusive high-top Vaporwaffle and recently, they’ve joined forces with KAWS for a unique Blazer Low in sultry blue and red.
3. Travis Scott and Nike Air Force One “Cactus”
“Cactus Jack” by Travis Scott Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 “Cactus Jack” is an intentionally rough-and-tumble rendition of the iconic silhouette. Sewn-together and DIY inspired design recalls Nike’s Bespoke Design Lab that was originally located within Manhattan.
The AF1 low-top is decorated with a canvas patchwork in shades of brown, black as well as lilac, dark navy and black. This shoe is also decorated with black and brown canvas Swooshes along the lateral sides.
This shoe is built on its gum rubber sole as well as the iconic AF1 midsole. It also comes with a removable shroud for the laces that you can replace to create a cleaner look.
4. Cactus Plant Flea Market and Nike Air Force 1 White Light Bone
The all-white classic colorway that is the Nike Air Force 1 is a staple in sneaker culture. This collaboration release from Cactus Plant Flea Market takes the design of the original into a new dimension.
This shoe is made of light brown leather. It has the word “SUNSHINE” that is embossed on its uppers. It also comes with three-dimensional tonal Swoosh from 3M, colourful thermal insoles, and much more.
If you’re searching for white sneakers, then look no further than this CPFM and Nike Air Force 1. They’re the perfect mix of comfort and style, which makes them a essential part of every shoe collection!
5. Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Force 1
For the first time ever, Louis Vuitton is dropping the first collection that includes Virgil Abloh designed Nike Air Force 1 sneakers. This release will feature nine styles. There’s one in the brand’s well-known Damier pattern as well as one made of silver metallized canvas.
Three monochrome releases of the LVAF1 showcase Abloh’s passion for bright colours. The first one features a white calfskin base embossed with the Monogram, and the other features contrasting Monogram suede either in red or green.
Abloh has made a significant influence on both the luxury and streetwear sectors. Off-White united the worlds of streetwear and fashion through proving that they could coexist in harmony. It was also the first designer to bridge the divide between sports and fashion.