First look: G-Dragon’s PEACEMINUSONE x AF1 “Para-Noise Part 2”
This is everything we know so far on the highly-anticipated second drop from G-Dragon's PEACEMINUSONE and Nike.
While we still don't have an exact date, these kicks are rumoured to be released in September 2020, retailing for approximately 200 USD.
Watch this space for more information as it drops!
Sneaker heads just got a closer look at the highly-anticipated "Para-Noise Part 2".
It arrives with a premium leather upper, printed insoles and a black AF1 sole unit. All these features are covered in a unique white peel-away coating, that once worn down, reveals original artwork underneath.
The collaboration has decided to continue some of the same design ideas from the first release. You've got the same black leather Swoosh, and the embroidered daisy icons on the tongue, thick laces and eyelet pins.
Never heard of PEACEMINUSONE? Allow me to break it down for you.
PEACEMINUSONE is a Korean fashion label developed by G-Dragon, a popular musician and style icon. Last year, the luxe brand collaborated with Nike to create a limited edition pair of kicks. They sold out almost immediately and can easily be considered one of the most successful sneaker drops of 2019.
Now the year is 2020, and you guessed it, another collaboration is on the way!
When and where you can shop
Where will you be able to shop? Nike online of course. Considering they are limited edition, you're going to have to be quick to grab yourself a pair. If you do miss out, we recommend trying your luck at re-sell websites like StockX.
For more, you can check out our dedicated Nike hub. It's got everything you need to know about the streetwear brand, including all the latest news, the best deals and a list of sneaker release dates.
Keen to check out more of the latest sneaker news? You're in luck because here at Finder, we cover it all! If you're into designer sneakers, you need to check out the Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low 2020 and the COMME des GARÇONS x Nike Air Max 95. You can also check our round-up of all the sneakers Nike is dropping for Chinese New Year 2020.
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