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|ÿþCan't decide what color of Swoosh you like on your all-white cheap womens nike trainers or all-black Air Force 1s? This upcoming All-Star Weekend, Nike is releasing the iconic retro shoe with interchangeable swooshes of white, black, yellow, red, blue, and purple for the white, and a neon-based set for the black. The removable logo wraps around the heel and under a tab, with the added option of alternate colors on your left and right foot. Both colorways of this Air Force 1 are scheduled to release on February 15th at select Nike Sportswear retailers. On Saturday, Virgil Abloh followed up on his illustrious OFF WHITE "The Ten" collection, with his first US drop since that chaotic November 20th day when he held the entire Sneaker World hostage.
Releasing exclusively in New York City at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MoMA), was this blacked out OFF WHITE x Air Force 1 Low that featured the same deconstructed aesthetic as the rest of "The Ten" collection. It is not expected that this particular pair will ever hit retail shelves again, so you are just going to have to try your luck on the resale market on websites like Stadium Goods. However, if resale green nike trainers isn't your bag, there will still be plenty of Virgil's OFF WHITE sneakers to go around in 2018, like new models of the Air Jordan 1 and the Nike Vapormax. Earlier the month, we brought you information that Nike will be adding interchangeable Swooshes to the Air Foamposite Pro "All-Star".
The third installment of his Nike signature shoe series originally debuted in late 2005 and grey nike shoes ushered in a "soldier boot" aesthetic with leather uppers and heavy-duty construction; this bulky build is confirmed to return in October as Nike continues the Retro era of LeBron's shoes. It's unclear if this "cool grey" colorway of the shoes will make it to retail as the Swoosh seems married to the idea of exclusively re-issuing original colorways; the Air Zoom Generation, which returned last January, only dropped in one new colorway; an updated "Vachetta Tan" take on the Wheat version. The upcoming Dragonball Z adidas collaboration has taken the sneaker and anime world by storm as eight key figures in the DBZ universe will come to life on the German sportswear brand's newest Originals footwear offerings.
Another prevailing trend moving into 2018 is the deconstructed and technical aesthetic that features all grey nike trainers the inner workings of a shoe on the exterior. The upcoming Air Force 270 is one key example of that trend as every section of the shoe -; the molded heel, utility-grade buckle, and perforated toe; purposely gear toward exposing the stitches and the joints. A modified version of the recently unveiled Air Max 270 Air unit provides the comfort, while a inner bootie ensures snug fit. This updates version of the Air Force 180 will debut soon in the familiar "Safari" colorway. Stay tuned for a firm release date. Look away Eagles fans, Nike is hooking up the innovative Vapormax Utility silhouette with a Patriots-inspired color scheme just in time for the Super Bowl.
Boasting primarily navy blue with red accents and a speckled grey midsole, this attractive color combination kicks things up a notch compared to its first "Triple Black" pair. With utility in mind, the Swoosh has extended this model's ankle collar and added a newly engineered lacing system that allows for even easier slip-on access. Dressed in Flyknit, this iteration sticks to most of the winning formula that has made the Vapormax as popular as it is, while adding unique elements to make it distinct. Nike is hooking its consumers up once again with a matching dust bag that's graphic matches the sneaker's insole -; furthering its utilitarian aesthetic. Fans of the Patriots, or just this color scheme in general will be able to add this pair to their Swoosh brand rotation on February 1st for $225 USD.
Nike confirms that these will indeed re-release leading up to Air Max Day 2018, so stay tuned for confirmed release dates. As part of an upcoming exhibit at The Museum Of Modern Art called Items: Is Fashion Modern?, an original pair of the Nike khaki nike tns Air Force 1 as well as the Color of the Month AF1 will be among the select pieces that exemplify how consumer items can have an artistic legacy. To celebrate this moment, Nike and MoMA have come together to release a special edition package that includes the famed black colorway of the OFF WHITE x Nike Air Force 1, originally debuting at 2016's Art Basel, a pair of custom Nike Elite basketball socks, and a re-issue of Nike's 1Thology print. Official release information will be announced soon, so stay tuned to the nikenyc and the themuseumofmodernart social channels for updates.