Nike Air Force 1 Low Easter 2020 sneakers: First look

Posted: 16 January 2020 8:21 am

Nike Air Force 1 Low Easter sneakers

Nike has just revealed its new Easter shoe and you're going to want to hop to it and grab a pair as soon as they land.

Well folks, we haven't even made it to Valentine's Day and already there are hot cross buns in-store and a new Easter-themed pair of Nike sneakers on the way. This year, the brand is ringing in the occasion with a new take on its popular Air Force 1 Low silhouette and the style is perfect for your Spring wardrobe.

Release date: Rumoured to be April 2020

Price: Unknown

Where to buy: Nike

The fun design sees a sleek white upper paired with shimmery rainbow panelling on the toe box and heel tab. A sunshine yellow Swoosh is outlined in navy on both the medial and lateral sides while a lilac tongue tab sporting a cracked-egg graphic rounds out the style.

As this is a first look, no release information is available at this stage. There has been some talk though that the kicks will be released sometime in April, which makes sense given that Easter falls on 12 April this year, but we'll keep you updated.

When they do arrive, we can expect them to be available both in-store and online at Nike Australia as well as through usual Nike stockists like JD Sports and Platypus Shoes.

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In celebration of other upcoming festivities, Nike is also releasing an entire collection of new sneaker designs for the Chinese New Year. The pack includes favourite Nike silhouettes like the Air Force 1s, Air Max 90s and Kyrie 6s. The styles will drop at various times throughout January.

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

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