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The Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Velour Pink’ Released in 2019, but Fans Are Still Clamoring For a Pair

Nike dropped the Air Force 1 Low in the “Velour Pink” colorway in March 2019, a premium version of the brand’s beloved low-top shoe featuring a pink velvet material on the upper.

Three years later, sneaker fans are still searching for a pair to add to their collection. While the shoe has flown off of shelves, you can still pick up a pair on the resale market and certain sizes aren’t that much higher than the retail price.

For instance, StockX is reselling the shoe at the time of publication for an average price of $149 with the lowest asking price of $155 for a men’s size 12 and as high as $349 for the smaller men’s size 4.5.

On secondary market platform GOAT, the lowest asking price for the shoe is $140 for a men’s size 11 and the highest is $500 for a men’s size 6.

Select sizes are also available on Flight Club with pricing for the shoe starts at $155 for a men’s size 15 and upwards of $500 for a men’s size 6.

Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Pink Velour'
The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Velour.”
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Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Pink Velour'
The lateral side of the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Velour.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike
Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Pink Velour'
The medial side of the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Velour.”
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To Buy: Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Velour,” $155 and up; Stockx.com

To Buy: Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Velour,” $150 and up; GOAT.com

To Buy: Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Velour,” $155 and up; Flightclub.com

Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Pink Velour'
A top-down view of the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Velour.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike
Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Pink Velour'
The heel’s view of the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Velour.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike
Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Pink Velour'
The outsole of the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Velour.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike

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