First look at the pastel Nike Air Force 1 2020 Shadow sneakers

Posted: 13 January 2020 9:17 am

Nike Air Force 1 Shadow sneakers

The new colourway is already racking up a huge amount of hype online.

Not long after it dropped a mixed black, pink and mint colourway of its Air Force 1 Shadow sneakers, Nike has revealed yet another colour option for the cult-favourite shoe. In a similar vein to some of the very first colourways of the sneaker, this new iteration is all about the pastels.

Where to buy: Fruition

Price: US$133 (approximately)

The kicks arrive in a cream hue with a mix of plastic and patent leather panelling on the upper. These panels provide pops of colour in baby blue, pale green, lilac and hot pink, while an orange Air logo decorates the midsole.

The classic double Nike Swoosh appears in pink overlayed with a translucent version of the tick. The date "2020" is meanwhile embossed on a cream panel on the heel tab to celebrate the new year.

The sneakers first debuted on Chinese sportswear site Fruition over the weekend and appear to be exclusive to the site for now. Given the huge amount of hype the colourway is racking up online though, it's likely that a wider release will happen soon.

If they do become available here in Australia, you can expect to see them first on the Australian Nike site as well as at usual stockists such as JD Sports and ASOS.

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In other Nike news, the brand is set to release a range of new sneakers in time for the Chinese New Year. The standout from the line-up is a pair of pink leather and black suede Air Max 1s that come complete with a golden winged horse on the rear.

A pair of yellow Kyrie 6s decorated with fireworks motifs will also be available, along with a new pair of Air Jordan 34s.

For more Nike news, release dates and current discount codes, you can check out our Nike hub.

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