Nike‘s latest collection celebrating the opening of its new flagship store includes one of the latest Air Jordan releases 2018. Nike’s “House of Innovation 000” in New York City brings together the digital and physical realms of retail. This new “cross-category premium” store, which is located at 650 Fifth Avenue, is a six-storey building, with each level covering a space of 68,000 square feet. Its grand opening is taking place on November 15th, and it will remain open between 10 AM and 8 PM every day. In commemoration, Nike has put together a “Noise Cancelling” Collection comprising of five sneaker models, one of which is the Air Jordan 1 High.
Footwear from Nike’s ACG (All Conditions Gear) line has always been futuristic, innovative, technologically advanced, and versatile. Earlier last year when Nike introduced the Zoom Sertig ’16, it seemed like an outlandish, unimaginable sneakerboot that could not possibly be real, but it was. When the Nike Komyuter was unveiled, it was even more futuristic and unconventional. “Komyuter,” the name of the model, is a spin on the word “commuter.” Despite its sophisticated nature, the idea for the Komyuter came from brown paper bags. The latest addition to Nike’s ACG line is actually an upgraded Air Force 1 with key design elements of the Komyuter incorporated into it. Continue reading Nike Has Combined The Air Force 1 & Komyuter For The ACG Line
October 26th, 2017 marked the retail debut of the Supreme x Nike Air Humara Collection, which included four colorways of the sneaker, namely a “Blue,” “Green,” “Pink” and “Triple Black” one. Along with the Air Humara, the collection also included match accessories and apparel, such as a trail running hat, trail running jacket and trail running pants. The sneaker itself had perforated uppers with mesh overlays, while it was equipped with low-profile phylon midsoles, which contained Air Sole units in the heels and Zoom Air units in the forefront. Nike and Supreme have teamed up once again for an Air Force 1 Mid “’07” Collection. Continue reading A Supreme x NBA x Nike Air Force 1 Mid Collection Is Arriving
Late in March 2015, extremely clear photos of a custom Off-White x Air Force 1 pair surfaced online. Apparently, some anonymous fan for responsible for designing the custom sneaker because it was not commissioned by anyone from Off-White or Nike. Initially, many mistakenly assumed that the photos had been leaked. No one could have guessed that an actual collaboration between the two brands would end up taking place. Maybe that custom pair was responsible for giving Off-White and Nike the idea to team up. Even more coincidentally, for this upcoming collaboration, Off-White and Nike ended up choosing the Air Force 1 Low. Continue reading An Actual Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low Is In The Works