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The Nike Air Force 1 Low reinvents its iconic Triple Black makeover with a new collab with Italian brand Slam Jam. Founder Luca Benini takes inspiration from his first trips to New York City back in the 80s. The Slam Jam x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Black” goes all dark with subtle brand labels on the upper and special sockliners. This is basically the Triple Black AF1s but more premium!
The 40th-anniversary celebration of the AF1 in 2022 proved extra special compared to all previous years. But Nike sees no slowing down for the timeless sneaker as another collab emerges. This time, Italian fashion label Slam Jam takes a trip down memory lane with the AF1s.
One of Nike’s best-selling shoes is also one of the most recognisable sneakers in history. The Nike AF1 may have various reputations when it comes to different regions all over the globe, but it’s certainly an icon. Originally released in 1982, the Nike Air Force 1 is primarily a basketball shoe worn by bigger players. Various styles eventually released, including the Low and Mid versions, both of which became integral to the model.
Today, the AF1 remains a cultural icon. That’s why the Slam Jam founder Luca Benini decided to pay homage to New York City with the AF1. New Yorkers love AF1s (or what they commonly call Uptowns) more than any other city.
This Slam Jam x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Black” features an all-black makeover. Leather comprises most of the upper, with the exception being the mesh quarter panel and suede Swoosh and heel panels.
Slam Jam branding appears on the tongue and sockliner, while the heel panel boasts an inverted Nike Air label.
A special box completes the collab.
You can cop a pair of the Slam Jam AF1 this January 2023.
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