Two of Nike's biggest collaborators have something huge in the works.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low is probably one of the most iconic shoes to ever release. That may be a hefty statement but considering its history, the Air Force 1 is easily a top 10 silhouette of all time. It was the first sneaker to ever be retroed by Nike back in the 80s and over the last few decades, it has cemented itself in sneaker culture. Considering just how important and influential the shoe is, it's no surprise that Nike would want to team up with some of its favorite collaborators to create some heat.
According to @py_rates, Hiroshi Fujiwara of Fragment and Edison Chen of CLOT will be teaming up with Nike this fall for an epic Air Force 1 Low collaboration. The post on Twitter says this shoe will be coming in black, university red, and white, although there are currently no images of what the shoe might look like. The Twitter leaker also claims that the shoe will be dropping in October of this year for a hefty price of $250 USD. That price tag is more than double the regular version of the Air Force 1 Low.
Stay tuned for updates on this rumored collaboration as we will make sure to provide them as they become available.