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“Air Force Uno”. No matter how many UNO reverse cards we use, we can’t change the fact that these are fire! The Nike Air Force 1 Low ’07 QS x UNO “50th Anniversary” celebrates the world-famous card game’s 50th year in existence. Officially scheduled for a release in 2021, this colourful makeover finally lands in 2022!
Legends in their own right. UNO is considered to be one of the if not the most popular card games of all time. The same goes for the beloved Nike Air Force 1. Both are iconic, and both can be enjoyed by the whole family! Sneaker culture and card games collide in this milestone of a celebration plotted on a shoe.
UNO was originally developed in 1971 by Merle Robbins and his family. Initially, Robbins spent thousands of dollars for 5,000 copies of the card game; which he started selling in his local barbershop. Soon after, more businesses and markets began selling the family-oriented card game. In 1992, UNO joined the Mattel family of companies under the International Games division.
The Nike Air Force 1 came out a decade after UNO and built an identity of its own in the basketball market. The AF1 marks the first time Nike Air technology appears on a basketball shoe. Because of this advancement, the Nike Air Force 1 became a revolutionary part of Nike’s future.
This special Nike Air Force 1 Low ’07 QS x UNO “50th Anniversary” brings back the classic leather upper. Starting from the toe, colours of Blue, Red, Yellow, Green, and Black pay homage to the looks of UNO cards. White eyestay and vamp keep things to the lighter side.
UNO’s logo appears on the lateral side of the rear section of the show. A Blue sockliner showcases the 50th-anniversary celebration right on the heel.
A white sole finishes off the special design.
Stay tuned as pairs roll out on Nike in February 2022.
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