The Nike Air Force 1 Low‘s 40th anniversary hasn’t been unveiled in its entirety just yet, but a healthy mix of high-profile collaborations and refreshing general releases have ensured for it to be one for the history books.
Recently, Bruce Kilgore’s iconic design emerged in a predominantly white and pink-colored ensemble inspired and accompanied by dragon fruit. Ostensibly part of a larger Nike Sportswear Collection that also includes the Nike Dunk Low “Banana,” the upcoming sneakers feature profile swooshes stylized as the inside of the American fruit, as their pink trim works in-tandem with “seed”-like details that land on their inner makeup. Upper heel overlays on the low-top Air Force 1 also join in on the fruity-inspired fun, though their nod to the dragon fruit pales in comparison to the graphic stamped on the lateral heel. Produce-friendly “stickers” are placed on both sock-liners, while the shoes are packaged with a knit bag big enough for a run to the local farmer’s market. The muse’s nutrition facts are attached to the tongue label’s underside and can be cut off.
Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, and anticipate a Nike SNKRS launch before summer ends.
For more from under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, check out the Air Jordan 1 Mid‘s upcoming releases.
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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Dragon Fruit”
Release Date: 2022
Style Code: DV3809-100