ARTICLE BY Ged McMahon
The Nike Air Force 1 Goes Red, White and Blue
The Nike Air Force 1 Goes Red, White and Blue
The Nike Air Force 1 Goes Red, White and Blue
The Nike Air Force 1 Goes Red, White and Blue,
The Nike Air Force 1 Goes Red, White and Blue

The Nike Air Force 1 Goes Red, White and Blue
Release: TBC

The Nike Air Force 1 has emerged in that super popular sneaker colour scheme of red, white and blue – but with a little difference this time. Instead of just those three colours, this AF-1 also wears shades of tan and ‘Sail’, providing a slightly less overt patriotic flex for the wearer.

Designed by Bruce Kilgore, and landing in 1982 as the first Nike basketball shoe to feature ‘Air’ cushioning, the Air Force 1 gradually evolved from being a 1980s baller to the omnipresent lifestyle model that it is today. The fact it remains a key member of 2021’s sneaker zeitgeist is testament to the AF-1’s truly timeless aesthetic, which is still getting the job done almost 40 years after its initial release. And it sure has built a strong reputation over those years, consistently emerging in a steady stream of both collaborative and GR heat.

Pairs of this red, white and blue Air Force 1 are expected to arrive in stores very soon, which means you’ll want to keep a close eye on Nike and selected Swoosh stockists.

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