Next week, Nike and menswear designer John Elliott’s latest collaboration featuring the classic white Air Force 1 Low will finally make its way to retailers. It’s been a long wait since the pair originally surfaced on social media in 2017 as a friends and family exclusive.
Opting for a classic white-on-white construction, Elliott’s upcoming Air Force 1 Low gives sneaker fans his take on the current deconstructed trend and remixes it with the removal of the Swoosh branding on the sides, combined with overlapping panels throughout the premium leather upper. Elliott keeps the branding to a minimum by removing the traditional Nike Air logo usually seen on the heel tab. Neither the brand nor Elliott has disclosed the retail price point just yet.
This pair was unveiled in 2017 as part of the Nike Air Force 1 Low campaign celebrating the 35th anniversary of Air Force 1’s original retail debut.
Elliott has collaborated with the Swoosh a handful of times in the past, with his most recent project featuring an all-new Nike sneaker model made for LeBron James himself.
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