Official Images: Nike Air Force 1 Low BeTrue

With the entire collection having been unveiled yesterday, the full set of official images of the Nike Air Force 1 Low BeTrue has now surfaced.

This special iteration of the Nike Air Force 1 Low takes on a white pebbled leather construction all throughout the upper with added perforations on the toe and side panels. Unique features include iridescent Swoosh underlays with white leather overlays, a ten-color heel mark inclusive of a spectrum of voices on the heel, the LGBTQ rainbow flag/Nike branding on the tongues and midsole, BeTrue branding on the insoles, and icy translucent outsoles. Continue reading

Official Images: Nike Air Force 1 Low Puerto Rico 2020

Nike is bringing back the Nike Air Force 1 Low Puerto Rico in 2020 following its original release back in 2005. This Air Force 1 Low gets done in a True White, Obsidian, and Comet Red color scheme that draws inspiration from the country’s flag colors. The 2020 version replaces the original Navy Swooshes for White and the lining is done in Navy instead of Red. Other details on the shoes include the Puerto Rican flag on the heels and on the tongues, as well as the coquí frog: a national symbol of Puerto Rico. Continue reading

Nike Air Force 1 Puerto Rico 2020 Debuting Next Month

Following the original 2005 Nike Air Force 1 “Puerto Rico,” a 2020 AF1 “Puerto Rico” edition is slated to drop, as it boasts a True White, Obsidian, and Comet Red color scheme that is reflective of the country’s flag colors. Additionally, this 2020 version replaces the original Navy Swooshes for White and the lining is done in Navy instead of Red. Other details on the shoes include the Puerto Rico flag on the heels and on the tongues, as well as the coquí frog: a national symbol of Puerto Rico. Continue reading

Nike Air Force 1 Low Korea Dropping Overseas Tomorrow

The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Korea” will be debuting tomorrow, and it’s a special rendition of the Air Force 1 Low that flaunts a white leather construction with black and white tiger-striped Swooshes on the side panels inspired by the country’s 2020 soccer kits. The left and right shoe take on a mismatched look as the Swoosh outlines, laces, and translucent outsoles have been done in light blue on the right shoe and pink on the left shoe. South Korea’s updated football logo on the tongues and the South Korean flag on the heels round out the style. Continue reading

A Good Look At The Upcoming Nike Air Force 1 Low Worldwide

Above you will find two iterations of the upcoming Nike Air Force 1 Low Worldwide. These two pairs join the Air Max 90, Air Max 95, and Air Max 270 React as the shoes that are part of Nike’s Worldwide collection.

The first Nike Air Force 1 Low Worldwide comes dressed in a Black upper covered in all-over graphic symbols with shoutouts to cities such as London, Rio de Janeiro and Los Angeles. Other features on the shoe include the five mini Swoosh logos on the lateral forefoot, he Red global tag in the rear and the “Worldwide” logo on the tongues. The second pair is said to be a Japan-inspired “Worldwide” Nike Air Force 1 done in a White base covered in all-over Nike Worldwide graphic symbols. Continue reading

Release Date: Nike Air Force 1 Low Drew League

The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Drew League” is a special variation of the timeless silhouette which commemorates the annual basketball tournament while also aiming to bring local kids, streetball legends and professional stars together, all for the love of basketball in Los Angeles. This rendition of the AF1 keeps it classic with a pristine all-white finish for its leather construction, while Drew League branding is embroidered on the heels, across the tongue labels, and insoles to round out the design. Continue reading