NikeLab turns to the iconic Air Force 1 silhouette once again for its latest release. Both the mid-cut and low-cut variations of the classic sneaker are wrapped in premium tonal leather across their respective uppers, while a crisp white midsole provides a welcomed contrasting touch to the design. Available in fall-ready black, brown, in addition to a more striking powder blue alternative, pick up all six pairs at select Swoosh accounts including Boston’s own Bodega starting October 27. Prices are set at $150 USD for the Low and $165 USD for the Mid.
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Since its introduction back in 2014, the Swoosh’s NikeLab imprint has been home to the majority of the best Air Force 1 releases, especially the premium, tonal colorways its been dropping since black and white lows and mids debuted a couple of years back. But don’t think Nike’s beloved ’80s classic has just been relegated to limited-edition form. Case in point: this brand new high-top release. Highlighted by a clean white and black colorway, these Air Force 1s come decked out in perforated leather and employ details like a nylon ankle strap, red lace tips and even special embroidery along the heel.
Arguably one of the better AF1s to hit NSW spots in recent months, this perforated high-top is available now from spots like Packer Shoes‘ Teaneck flagship in New Jersey.
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Looking ahead to the fall/winter season, A Bathing Ape unveils a new addition to its footwear lineup by bringing back the BAPE STA MID. Featuring a strap and premium construction of what looks to be nubuck leather, the Japanese streetwear stalwart renders the silhouette in tonal brown and black colorways, to go along with a matching sole. As of now, there aren’t any details regarding this release but stay tuned for more information on our viral pages.
Maison Kitsuné joins forces with Reebok once again to release a Parisian take on the timeless Instapump Fury silhouette. The third collaboration between the two brands sees the laceless sneaker rendered in a white mesh base and off-white overlays, while additional touches of red and blue throughout the design provide a sprinkling of French flair. Notable details include the Eiffel Tower graphic along the heel, co-branded insoles and mismatched outsoles. You can purchase a pair at Maison Kitsuné locations, select Reebok locations and the sportswear brand’s online store for ¥24,000 JPY (approximately $233 USD) starting July 26.