“Lucky Green” Takes On The Women’s Nike Gamma Force

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The women’s Nike Gamma Force launched over the last year with the intention of capturing the low-top 1980s court shoe aesthetic. While the heritage-inspired silhouette hasn’t achieved the ubiquity the brand has hoped for, it continues to appear in compelling styles sure to win new fans over.

Akin to tennis and basketball footwear from the era, the newly-surfaced pair features a predominantly white finish across its leather upper. Hits of grey and green interrupt the uniform look, with the latter tone animating the profile swooshes, collar, and “NIKE” branding. The straightforward and outdated sole unit keeps things simple, but indulges in an “aged” aesthetic that falls in line with the “Neo-vintage” trend that’s taken over sneakers since 2020. Lastly, the traction underfoot brings all of the upper’s colors below, rounding out the women’s-exclusive option.

Enjoy official photos of the pair ahead, and anticipate a nike.com launch soon.

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UPDATE (09/18/2023):
The shoes are now available on Nike.com.

Nike Gamma Force

SKU: DX9176-106
RELEASE DATE: Sep 18, 2023

US 09/18/2023 Monday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Nikestore US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -

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