Yoon Ahn’s AMBUSH brand and Nike are reuniting, bringing the designer’s favorite vintage basketball shoe into the 21st century with them. Check out their new Air Adjust Force, coming soon.
It’s been nearly a year since we last saw a release from Yoon Ahn’s AMBUSH & Nike, which came in the form of a highly stylized high-top Dunk silhouette. However, this is not to say the two have been resting on their laurels; Yoon has quietly been teasing the release of an AMBUSH Air Adjust Force for months now, for those paying attention. The designer has gone on record to say that the Adjust Force is one of her personal favorite sneakers, which came from the ’90s Nike Basketball lineup. The AMBUSH version of the retro model has so far surfaced in simple black & white color schemes, and this week we got our first look at two more colorful additions to the lineup. The first is a tonal look, covering the silhouette in mixed shades of orange, ranging from light creamsicle shades on the upper to a bold Blaze Orange midsole and removable strap. The second is more subtle, casting the Air Adjust Force in a light blue shade with a black midsole and orange accents.
AMBUSH X NIKE AIR ADJUST FORCE BLUE & ORANGE RELEASE INFORMATION
AMBUSH’s latest collaboration with Nike has not yet been announced for release, though we expect the Air Adjust Force to release sometime in 2022. The bright blue and orange colorways seen here will likely follow the initial black & white pairs, all of which are expected to come with a price tag of $180, releasing from AMBUSH, Nike, and select retailers. Check out the early images below for a better look at the colorful styles, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news.
UPDATE 8/4/22: Official images of AMBUSH’s upcoming colorways of the Nike Air Adjust Force surfaced this week, giving us a closer look at the ‘University Blue’ and ‘Habanero Red’ colorways. Still no release date has been announced, but they are expected to launch alongside the black and white pairs in the coming weeks, with a price tag of $210.