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The AMBUSH x Nike Air More Uptempo Low “Black/White” Releases On October 6th

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Recently teased by Yoon Ahn herself, the AMBUSH x Nike Air More Uptempo Low appears via brand official images in the iconic black/white edition.

One of three confirmed colorways to drop this Fall/Winter 2023 season, the AMBUSH Uptempos reveal a significant alteration in height, providing a sensible Low-top option for those who have come to love this Wilson Smith-designed classic. Unlike the other two colorways of Limestone/Vivid Sulfur and Lilac/Green, this Air More Uptempo sticks to tradition as it presents itself in the timeless black/white colorway from 1996. The only difference here is the application of the AMBUSH brand logo at the heel, tongue, and insoles.

A release date is currently expected for October 6th on Nike SNKRS and select Nike retail partners globally for $190. The “Lilac” colorway is also expected to touch down on the same date.

In other Nike collaboration news, the Travis Scott Mac Attack is currently expected to launch in December.

WHERE TO BUY

AMBUSH x Nike Air More Uptempo Low

SKU: FB1299-001
RETAIL PRICE: $190
RELEASE DATE: Oct 6, 2023

US 10/06/2023 Friday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Nike SNKRS US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -
Sneaker Politics 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -
Concepts 10:00 North America Only In Store Only Offline Only -


















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