Nike will this week be releasing a new colorway of its very popular SF (Special Field) Air Force 1 boot. Deemed “Desert Camo,” the beige shoe includes a nylon camo panel inspired by a U.S. military camouflage most often associated with the Persian Gulf War. The boot also includes the stretchy removable strap that [read more]
Inspired by Nike’s SF Air Force 1 boot (No. 2 in our 2016 Snobette Sneaker awards), New York based photographer Jeff Stashbox has been shooting a series titled “U.S. Cozy Girls,” featuring images of women wearing the SF Air Force 1 boot.
Earlier this month, he shot Aurelia in the Hauser & Wirth modern [read more]
In response to the ugliness that has emerged since Donald Trump has become president, Nike has stepped up with a campaign titled “Equality,” that uses sport as way to encourages people to take the fairness and respect they see in competition and translate them off the field.
As part of its series of New York Fashion Week basketball-related release, Nike is serving up a pair of Air Force 1 kicks sized for women. This pair is special because it’s covered with pink and jade sequins, a material story that reflects its “Glass Slipper” nickname.
These kicks will release on February 15th. Nike [read more]
Though it won’t help you make it through the snow storm that just hit, these triple grey Nike’s SF Air Force 1 will arrive before the end of winter. That it, if you’re able to get a pair. There have been nine launches thus far and they’ve all evaporated upon arrival with resell prices starting [read more]
Using the tailwinds of New York Fashion Week, Nike has announced plans for a series of basketball-themed collaborative launches. Partners include Acronym, Riccardo Tisci, Comme des Garçons, Kith and VLone.
The hottest launch will probably be the VLone Air Force 1, which caused a huge stir when it was launched in very [read more]
Get ready for another Nike and Off White and collaboration. This time it’s a Blazer Mid that should see a wider launch that the first silhouette, a black Air Force 1 sneaker, that appeared during an Off White event at Art Basel in Miami and was only made available to friends and family.
In a [read more]
While designer Riccardo Tisci may be moving on from Givenchy, he will continue to work with NikeLab on footwear and apparel collaborations. Up next, Tisci will put his spin on a shoe called the Nike Dunk Lux Chukka, a shoe that will be available in white, red and white.
“I think the Dunk has [read more]