Nike Air Force 1 Bold Multicolour and Echo Pink sneakers: First look
Peep the two new colourways that you're going to want to add to your sneaker rotation immediately.
Having recently released the hugely popular Air Force 1 Shadow sneakers, sportswear giant Nike is set to drop some more colour-blocked designs. This time, the brand is taking its High Utility silhouette and reimagining it in two fun new colourways that you're going to want to add to your Christmas list ASAP.
Release date: Unknown
Where to buy: Not yet announced, but most likely the Nike online store
While the kicks have already landed in China, an Australian release date is yet to be announced. We're assuming that when they do drop, they'll do so first on the Australian Nike site, with releases at usual stockists such as JD Sports following shortly after.
The first style arrives in a Bold Multicolour design, which sees contrasting panels of bright purple, emerald green, gold, red and white. Royal blue detailing around the eyestays and a burnt orange Swoosh add further pops of colour, while woven white and orange laces add some texture to the design. A plain white midsole and red FORCE stitching rounds out the eye-catching design.
If you're after something a little more toned down, the Echo Pink iteration is statement-making without being too loud. Arriving in a two-toned pink colourway, this new style is sweet-as-can-be. A baby blue lace guard and matching removable FORCE patch on the wraparound ankle strap adds some contrast to the style, while a stark white Swoosh and midsole lends the sneakers a fresh appearance.
The first look follows a slew of other recent drops from Nike including the highly anticipated Nike React Element 55s in collaboration with Kendrick Lamar. The unique monochrome half-and-half design has already sold out online, so make sure to get in quick when they restock if you want to get your hands on a pair.
For more Nike news and release dates, you can check out our Nike hub.
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