Your first look at Nike’s Air Force 1 Shadow sneakers

Posted: 30 September 2019 9:34 am

Nike Air Force 1 Shadow Pastel

See all the images of Nike's latest Air Force 1 silhouette.

Having just dropped a first look at a whole bunch of upcoming Air Force 1 models, sportswear giant Nike has now announced an entirely new take on the popular shoe. Titled Air Force 1 Shadow, the newly designed silhouette features double branding on a chunky stacked sole. Very 90s.

Available now from both the Nike site and stockists like JD Sports and ASOS, each pair of the kicks will set you back $180, which is slightly more expensive than some other Air Force 1 styles, but totally worth it all the same.

What's in the collection?

The Shadow range arrives in six colourways, making it easy to find a style to match your aesthetic. The first design arrives in colour-blocked pastel tones with lavender and sky blue hues appearing on the upper. The lace guard meanwhile comes in lime green with a contrasting bright red outline, while the collar is made out in baby pink. Sunshine yellow appears on both the Swoosh and heel.

If you're into the colour-blocked look, but not quite so into pastels, a second design sees a baby pink and purple upper matched with pops of forest green. The double Swoosh appears in both stark white and blood red tones.

Nike Air Force 1 Shadow

A third colourway titled Phantom/Echo Pink sees the shoe arrive in a light grey upper with a contrasting white sole. The two Swooshes are featured in baby pink and red, with the same colourways appearing on the tongue tab and heel.

Nike Air Force 1 Shadow

Similar to the Phantom/Echo Pink colourway, a Wolf Grey/Lavender Mist iteration comes in a grey upper with a contrasting white sole. The first Swoosh arrives in the same grey hue, while the shadow Swoosh comes in a light lavender. Pops of bright yellow appear on the heel and tongue tab to make the design stand out.

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If monochromes are more your thing, two final designs see the shoe reimagined in all-black and all-white colourways. The all-white design is a nod to the original Air Force 1 colourway, while the all-black likely comes after the colourway was met with great success in previous collections.

Nike Air Force 1 Shadow

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