AMBUSH and Nike are continuing their partnership this holiday season, teaming up for two colorways of the Air Force 1 Low. Dressed in tonal palettes, this look borrows the rubberized Swoosh from their 2020 Dunk release.

Yoon Ahn’s AMBUSH label has formed a strong relationship with Nike since they first teamed up for a handful of Dunk High colorways in 2020. Recently, the two revived the Air Adjust Force, a personal favorite of the Korean-American fashion designer. With some colorways still rumored for release, we already have an early look at their next project, expected to arrive this holiday season. Featuring the Air Force 1 Low, the new collaboration borrows elements first used in their Dunk project. The AMBUSH AF1 Low will come in black and grey colorways, with striking Swooshes applied in the opposing colors. Constructed from premium leathers, the Swooshes are rubberized and oversized, extending past the heel of the shoes. AMBUSH branding is seen on the tongues and added heel clips, while large AF1 lace dubraes and exposed foam tongues complete the look.

AMBUSH X NIKE AIR FORCE 1 LOW RELEASE INFORMATION

The next collaboration between Yoon Ahn’s AMBUSH and Nike has not been announced for release, though they are rumored to drop sometime during the holiday 2022 season. Delivering two colorways of the Air Force 1 Low, pairs will likely be available from both Nike’s SNKRS app and select retailers, likely with a price tag of $160 or more. Check out the early images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news.

AMBUSH x Nike Air Force 1 Low 
Release Date: February 28th, 2023
Price: $190
Color: Black & Phantom

UPDATE 1/19/23: AMBUSH and Nike’s next colorways of the Air Force 1 Low have received a release date of February 28th, 2023, though this has yet to be confirmed officially.

UPDATE 12/17/22: After the launch of the Game Royal and Pine Green colorways of AMBUSH’s Air Force 1 this week, Nike is expected to release the ‘Phantom’ and ‘Black’ editions in Spring 2023. No specific release information has been announced, though they will once again be available from the SNKRS app and select retailers with a price tag of $190.

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