This Nike Air Force 1 With Neon Paint Calls Back To The 1990s

Another reminder that summer is around the corner.

This Nike Air Force 1 With Neon Paint Calls Back To The 1990s

Nike is dressing up its classics with summer-ready styles, drawing inspiration from a variety of time periods. This upcoming “Neon Paint” edition points to the 1990s, specifically to that fun children’s activity in which synthetic neon paints are dripped onto t-shirts, caps, or any other fabric that holds well to some DIY art.

Using the all-white Air Force 1 as the base, Nike adds its own child-like drawings of the logos on the upper and heel, while the smiley Swoosh face returns on the tongue to bring on “Have A Nike Day” vibes. The insole visuals dream of summertime activities such as swimming in the lake under the sun or shooting some hoops. Finally, the midsole acts as a blank canvas where trickles of paint splatters in light blue and orange cover the entirety of sidewalls.

Nike hasn’t established a release date, but anticipate these in the coming weeks ahead of the vacation months. In other ’82 updates, the 404 Error Air Force 1 is set to release on April 23rd via SNKRS Exclusive Access.


Nike Air Force 1 Low

SKU: HF5721-111

US 2024

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