Two of Nike’s iconic styles are getting a pretty Pale Ivory and Guava Ice makeover and we know the ladies are going to love it. If you haven’t already added an Air Force 1 or Air Max 1 to your rotation, this release would be a great place to start.
This makeover effortlessly brings out all of the reasons why we love these silhouettes. Low rise, wear with anything kind of fashion. Our favorite detail? Would have to be the ombre effect in both Nike Swoosh logos on the sneakers. Changing from a Guava Ice to almost Summit White, blue ice shade and brings a subtle contrast to both styles.
You can’t go wrong with either styles! Get your pair 1/18 at finishline.com.
Since its release in 1982, the Nike Air Force 1 has been a staple of sneaker culture. Named after the aircraft that carries the United States president, the notorious model has seen several iterations, each raising the bar on style more and more. In an effort to further elevate the icon, Nike is releasing a special Gum Pack.
Serving as the base for the pack is the Nike Air Force 1 ‘07 LV8 Style. The model incorporates the hoops-inspired performance from the ‘82 original, while adding fresh new details for an elegant new look. A durable, tonal leather upper provides a premium look and feel. As the pack name suggests, the Nike Air Force ‘07 LV8 Style sits atop a gum brown sole. That non-marking rubber cupsole provides that iconic AF1 look. You’ll have four colorways options with this pack, Flat Pewter, Black, Camper Green and Monarch.
Check out the Nike Air Force 1 ‘07 LV8 Style Gum Pack on 12/6 at Finish Line.
Always keeping things fresh, two Nike staples are getting a remix. Trading in their traditional look for a more tactical style, the Air Force 1 and Air VaporMax are getting Utility makeovers.
Originally released in 1982, the Nike Air Force 1 was named after the aircraft that carries the United States President. This Utility upgrade of the model adds military flair and provides a more functional look. Immediately you’ll notice the large midfoot straps which have been added in favor of a traditional lacing system. In addition to the midfoot strap, a Fidlock magnetic buckle has been added to make for an easier on and off. Exaggerated pull tabs at the tongue and heel complete this update.
Since bursting onto the scene in 2016, the Nike Air VaporMax has quickly become a favorite of sneaker fans. Over 7 years in the making, the Air VaporMax went through countless hours of testing all to help usher in a new era of ‘Air.’ For this Utility edition of the model, the traditional lace closure has been subbed out for a toggle system. The change allows for quick adjustments while you’re on the go. The tread pattern has also been updated to stand up to inclement weather, meaning regardless of the conditions outside you’ll be able to get your miles in. A durable, water-repellent, woven upper doubles down on that idea.
Keep it locked and be sure to grab the Nike Air Force 1 Utility & Air VaporMax Utility on 11/29 at Finish Line.
Not showing a traditional design for an Air Force 1, the Rebel XX silhouette is reimagined with corset lacing up the back and big stitch details. Since the Air Force 1 debuted as a basketball shoe, the style has now taken a backseat in the sports world to its street icon status.
The Air Force 1 Rebel XX is a perfect representation of what Nike did with their 1 Reimagined campaign. Coming in a Praline and White, this Air Force 1 sneaker is ready for your wintertime threads.
Get your pair of the Nike Air Force 1 Rebel XX on 12/1 at finishline.com.
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Between the colorways, design and style the latest three launches from Nike Women are showstoppers. First up is the Nike Air Force 1 ’07 in Bright Citron, Black and White. The contrast on this pair is EVERYTHING, especially with the overt branding. Bring your rotation a pick me up in color and rock these with your favorite streetwear.
When it comes to Nike Air Max, the ’97 never fails to turn heads. This look is coming strong with Hyper Jade make up and below it’s iconic ripples on the upper, the “AIR” and Nike Swoosh are shown in a repetitive pattern. Standout style at its best.
Last, but certainly not least, the Air Max 1 in Bright Crimson is displaying major vibes. For the overt branding on this style, there’s the “Nike” and Swoosh detailing on the upper and “Just Do It” text close to the heel. Like the Air Force 1 ’07 the Air Max 1 also has the “Nike” text on the laces.
Pick your favorite or swoop all three on 11/21 at finishline.com.
Originally released in 1982, the Nike Air Force 1 is deeply rooted in sneaker culture. Named after the aircraft that carries the U.S. President, the model has experienced several remixes, all as fresh as the original. This latest mix, the Nike Air Force 1 ‘07 LV8 Utility takes the classic silhouette and adds overt branding (large heel tab, reflective heel, tongue patch) for a tactical look. Dressed fully in volt, you’ll be seen and complimented everywhere you go in these beauties.
Stand out from the crowd with the Nike Air Force 1 ‘07 LV8 Utility on November 11th at Finish Line.
If you are loving a lifted silhouette for the season then look no further. The Nike AF1 Sage Low XX is coming in five staple colorways that will be sure to set you a part from the crowd this fall.
Showing off a minimal style in suede, this sneaker is perfect for those days you want to be cozy or dress up your athleisure wardrobe.
Get your pair of the Nike AF1 Sage Low XX on 10/5 at finishline.com.
The latest Nike styles came at the right time for the month celebrating our nation’s independence. Our top picks include the Nike Cortez Classic Leather, Air Force 1 ’07, Training Jacket, Swoosh Crop Tank and more. Even though the 4th is behind us, the colorways are perfect for the rest of summer.
These looks can mix and match with just about anything, so check out more Nike styles and outfit inspiration on our Pinterest board below and tell us what you’re liking on @finishlinewomen.
Look for updated need it now styles every couple weeks at @finishlinewomen and finishline.com.
Like we saw on the Travis Scott x Air Force 1 that dropped last year and the Nike Foamposite Pro that is dropping at ASW, the swappable Swoosh trend continues. Nike is dropping a collection of Air Force 1 Lows that give you the option of mixing up your look with these special AF 1s and their six color options. As the Air Force 1 has become a footwear icon over the years, Nike has had to update it with different style options to keep up with the changing trends. Like every All Star week over the years, Nike is packing the week full of releases that have everyone debating if they break the bank on every release or play it safe and save some cash by only buying their must-haves.
This Air Force 1 comes with six Swoosh design options in bold colors that pop. They connect to the shoe with a hook and loop fastener, and wrap all the way around the heel for a streamlined look and feel. Switch your Swoosh out daily to hook up with your look. With so many different color options you can have a new look each time you wear these, you can even double up and go with two colored swooshes at once.
You can grab both colors of the Air Force 1 Low ‘Swoosh Pack’ on February 15th at Finishline.com.