Nike Air Force 1 Shadow Magic Flamingo: First look
If you missed out on the first round of Shadow sneakers, another iteration is just about to land on Aussie shores.
Nike's Air Force 1 Shadow sneakers might just be the most popular shoe drop we've seen this year. If you didn't manage to get your hands on a pair though (or if you need more pairs), we have some good news. Nike has now revealed an all new colourway of the kicks and it might just be our favourite yet.
Where to buy: ASOS
Dubbed "Magic Flamingo", the sneakers arrive in a fresh triple white upper with a foam midsole. Similar to the other models, the sneakers feature a chunky stacked sole and a double Swoosh, this time in white and bubblegum pink.
Pink "AIR" branding on the midsole, a pink tongue tab and layered pink panelling around the eyestay meanwhile give the shoes additional pops of colour.
The colourway is available for sale now on the ASOS site for $173, which means that you'll also qualify for free shipping when you buy a pair. ASOS also accepts Afterpay, making it easy to break up your total payment and save yourself some cash.
While they don't seem to be available anywhere else just at the moment, we recommend keeping an eye on the Australian Nike site as well as usual stockists like JD Sports, Platypus Shoes in case they receive more stock.
In other Nike news, the brand has just announced a brand new line of sneakers made for fitness class junkies. The SuperRep line will include three models made for high-intensity interval training, cycling and mat-based classes respectively. The line will begin to drop from 2 January.
The label has also revealed its 2020 Chinese New Year sneakers, though no release information is available just yet.
For more Nike news and release dates, you can check out our Nike hub.
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