Nike’s latest Air Force 1 Shadow sneakers: Release details

Posted: 31 December 2019 10:58 am

Nike Air Force 1 Shadow sneakers

This new candy-coloured design definitely deserves a place in your sneaker rotation.

Shortly after releasing a pink and white iteration dubbed Magic Flamingo, Nike has now revealed another pair of its cult-favourite Air Force 1 Shadow sneakers. This time around, the kicks take on a strange mashup of colours that shouldn't work together, but somehow do.

Where to buy: HBX

Price: $164.35

While the style is yet to be released on the Nike site, the sneakers are already up for sale on HBX. We can also expect them to drop into usual stockists such as ASOS and JD Sports fairly soon, so be sure to keep an eye out.

The design keeps the usual chunky white stacked sole and double Swoosh, but this time sees mixed upper panelling in shades of black, baby pink and grey. A bright blue toe box and Air branding on the rear serve to further contrast the style, while the laces and main Swoosh come in an eye-catching lime green hue.

The latest style is currently available in women's sizes of US5.5 - US9 on the HBX site, though we can expect extended sizes of up to US11 once they appear online at Nike.

The Shadow sneakers have proved to be an absolute sellout ever since the first versions dropped, so you might want to snap these up as soon as they drop to avoid waiting for a restock.

Nike Air Force 1 Shadow sneakers

In other Nike news, the brand is currently in the middle of revealing a line-up of new sneakers in time for the Chinese New Year. Our favourite so far has to be the Air Max 1s, which are a mix of pink leather and black suede with a golden winged horse on the heels.

If your New Year's resolution is to hit up an exercise class or two, you can also check out Nike's new SuperRep line. The collection sees a range of different sneakers made especially for cycling, mat exercises and high-intensity interval-training respectively. The line will begin to drop from 2 January.

For more Nike news and current discounts, head to our Nike hub.

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