Nike Air Force 1 React D/MS/X sneakers: Release date
Two major Nike designs merge to create this timeless new silhouette.
If you're looking for a pair of sneakers to kick start your year, look no further. Nike's latest design sees the cult-favourite Air Force 1 silhouette meshed together with the D/MS/X style for a hybrid sneaker that's already slated to be a bestseller.
Release date: 17 January (US)
The amalgamation retains the classic Air Force 1 shape but updates both the technology and the detailing. Flaunting a fresh black and white colourway, the sneakers arrive with a stitched synthetic leather and mesh upper and a dropped Swoosh logo on both the medial and lateral sides.
The revamp also sees the traditional Air Force 1 stars at the heel and toe updated with the Nike React pattern. The replacement is a nod to the drop-in React midsole and Ramp Air unit found in the heel of the new design.
Red plastic trim on the midsole meanwhile adds a lick of colour to the traditional colourway to finish off the style.
The kicks are set to drop on 17 January in the US, meaning that we should see them hit Australian shores in the weeks following. When the style does land, it will likely be available first both in-store and online at Nike, before entering usual stockists such as JD Sports and Platypus Shoes.
Sneakerheads may also want to keep an eye out for other upcoming releases including the Drake OVO x Nike Air Jordan 4 Splatter sneakers. The style sees a mixed suede and mesh upper paired with a black, white and red paint splatter design along the midsole and heel.
A pair of canary yellow Nike x Off-White Air Jordan 1s have also amassed a huge amount of online hype, meaning that you're going to want to nab a pair as soon as they're released to avoid missing out.
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