The Nike Air Force 1 Shadow brings a playful and fun touch to a classic basketball model. the newly-surfaced pair features a muted base that sets the stage for louder accents. “Photon Dust” suede and white leather are accompanied by hits of “Barely Volt” across the forefoot, midfoot, and heel. Elsewhere, faded purple and orange hues take over detailing along the tongue and ankle, while “Royal Pulse” joins the mix via the stacked midsole tooling, “NIKE AIR”, “AF1”, and swoosh logos indulge in disparate shades of the aforementioned colors, but contribute to the Air Force 1 Low-variant’s bold, fashionable look. Sole units round out the pair in a simple white arrangement, but fall in-line with the design given their chunky composition.
With multiple pink-accented releases, a new pair for Valentine's Day surfaces. Making use of the iconic "Black Toe" blocking, the Air Jordan 1 OG Valentine’s Day features a Hyper Pink heel overlay and For the Love of the Game embroidery. When hit with light, the rear panel is also reflective. The Air Jordan 1 violated the NBA's uniform policy, which led to Jordan being fined $5,000 a game, and became a topic of a popular Nike commercial. The Air Jordan 1 is still popular today, and has been released in more colorways than any other Air Jordan model.
Much like the majority of beloved Air Force 1 iterations, the Nikr Air Force 1 Low White Desert Berry has taken on a white leather upper with a more premium tumbled finish. However, ready to leap into summer in style, the latest women’s iteration is accented with subtle bursts of “desert berry” on the heel and tongue label. Quieter tones of purple dress the swoosh whilst a violet hue on the sole units offers a crisp summer finish.