Nike Air Force 1 Low Cocoa Snake Dropping Overseas This Week

The Nike Air Force 1 Low Cocoa Snake from 2001 was confirmed to be returning this year, and it did drop exclusively with Japanese retailers atmos during ComplexCon, but another release is on the way. This 2018 version features the same OG color scheme with True White, Black and Cocoa. A white-based leather upper and snakeskin overlays flows across, while contrasting black accents are used for the laces, tongue branding, Swooshes, heel tab and rubber outsole. Finally, a white midsole tops it all off. Continue reading

Release Date: Nike Air Force 1 Dominican Republic (De Lo Mio)

A Nike Air Force 1 Dominican Republic will be the latest premium rendition of the silhouette this year, and it pays homage to one of NYC’s most influential cultures and communities – Dominicans. The model keeps it clean with a white leather upper and contrasting red and blue faded/iridescent Swooshes on the sides, as well as mismatched tongue tags that feature the words “República” and “Dominicana” on the right and left shoe. Colored to replicate the signature colors of the Dominican flag, the sneakers are also detailed with “De Lo Mio,” a term of endearment for a close friend located on the right outsole. Finally, a special set of laces with White dominoes, debossed heel tabs, and a milky translucent rubber sole with large Swooshes completes the style. Continue reading

OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 Low Dropping In Kids Sizes

The OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 Low in Black and Volt colorways are reportedly dropping soon, and sources also say that it’s release in infant and toddler sizes. An official look at how the miniaturized model in black is featured and shows it sports the same details as seen on the adult version. Details like Off-White’s branding on the medial section, stitched Swooshes, “NIKE” branding and more.

Retailing for $50 in CB sizes and $60 in toddler sizes, look for the OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 Low Black at select Nike stores and online very soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks. Continue reading

Nike Just Released A New Women’s Colorway Of The Nike Special Field Air Force 1

To go along with the Nike Air Force 1 Low, Nike has also dropped a matching Special Field Air Force 1 alongside it. Utilizing the same color scheme, the military-inspired Air Force 1 comes with a textured leather/nubuck construction on the upper in a dark shade of pink with the traditional ballistic nylon landing on the ankle/heel areas of the shoe. Additional details that remain in play include the two straps on the ankle, the extended heel tab, rope laces, and a rubber sole unit. This SF-AF1 can be found at select Nike Sportswear retailers now in women’s sizes for $180. Continue reading

Is The OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 Low Black A Must Cop?

Virgil Abloh released a limited edition AF1 MOMA version earlier this year, and this upcoming OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 Low Black is almost similar to that style. Featuring an all-black upper with signature OFF-WHITE branding and text all over, the sneaker is made of textile, suede and translucent materials across its upper. Finishing details consist of Nike Air tongue tags moved to the side, “Logo” and Swoosh logos on the suede heel tabs, “AIR” branding on the sole and mini orange tabs embroidered on the Swooshes. Continue reading

Look Out For The OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 Low Volt

The OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 Low Volt is a new iteration that contrasts the Black/White version of the sneaker this fall, and both pairs are rumored to debut this month. Featuring a translucent and textile upper, the updated style is contrasted with black applied on the Swooshes across its sides, “AIR” text on the heel, branding on the insoles, and tongue, along with pops of orange. Finally, a mini orange tab on the Swooshes and matching volt rubber sole tops it all off.

Look for the OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 Low Volt at select Nike stores and online in November for $170. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks. Continue reading