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When you can shop the Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low sneakers

Posted: 3 March 2020 8:00 am
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Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low

The mega labels are teaming up once again for two new iterations of Nike's popular sneaker model.

The latest instalment in a long-standing collaborative effort between Nike and Supreme is about to arrive in the form of two new pairs of Air Force 1 Lows. Thanks to sneaker leak Instagram solebyjc, we've had a first peep at the designs which are bound to keep the minimalists happy.

Release date: 5 March

Price: US$96

Where to buy: Supreme online, Nike SNKRS

Arriving on 5 March, the new kicks will take on the Air Force 1's most famous colourways: crisp white and stark black. Each pair will also see a tonal leather upper paired with matching midsoles, laces and Swooshes.

The only splash of colour will arrive in the form of the red and white Supreme logo near the rear of the shoe. An additional pair of Supreme-branded laces will also be included in case you want to add a little something to the otherwise low-key design.

The sneakers are set to drop both in-store and online at Supreme, though we're also hoping to see them appear on the Australian Nike SNKRS site at some point too.

Close up of black and white pairs of the Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low sneakers

In other Nike news, the label has just debuted a pair of Off-White x Air Jordan 4 sneakers in women's-only sizing. The chunky kicks are the female alternative to the newly released Off-White x Air Jordan 5 and are already raking up a huge amount of hype online.

The Swoosh is also gearing up for Easter, revealing an entire sneaker pack full of all your favourite silhouettes. Taking on the Air Max 97, Air Max 90 and SB Dunk High Pro, each iteration gets a colourful spring-themed update for the occasion.

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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