Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low 2020 sneakers: First look

Posted: 14 January 2020 9:24 am

Supreme Nike Air Force 1

The two mega labels are teaming up once again for a take on Nike's popular sneaker model.

The latest instalment in a long-standing collaborative effort between Nike and Supreme appears to be a new pair of Air Force 1 lows. Thanks to sneaker leak Instagram solebyjc, we've had a first peep at the design which is definitely one for the minimalists.

Release date: Rumoured to be April 2020

Price: Unknown

Where to buy: Nike, Supreme online

The latest kicks are slated to come in an all white upper, complete with a white midsole, white laces and white Nike Swoosh. In fact, the only splash of colour on the whole design arrives in the form of the red and white Supreme logo near the rear of the shoe.

From the leaked images, it also looks as though the sneakers will come packaged up in a special-edition sneaker box.

Though no release information is available at this stage, the kicks are rumoured to be dropping in April of this year. We'll keep you updated as more information becomes available, but we recommend keeping a keen eye on Supreme's social media if you want to get your hands on a pair.

When the sneakers do land, we can expect them to be available through both the Nike and Supreme online stores.

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In other Nike news, the label has just dropped a first look at a pair of hybrid Air Force 1 React D/MS/X sneakers which see the classic Air Force 1 shape updated in both detailing and technology. They'll be available to shop from 17 January (US).

For more fashion inspiration, you can see a list of streetwear brands or check out all the latest Nike news and release dates in our Nike hub.

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Images: Instagram user solebyjc

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