When Kith and Nike team up, good things tend to happen. While it’s been a while since we’ve seen the two partner up, the New York City-based retailer recently gave us a sneak peek of what to expect from their next project, centering around the Air Force 1 Low.

The Nike Air Force 1 has been at the center of the Swoosh’s attention for the last few years, after the shoes 35th anniversary celebration in 2017 was a smash hit. Now, the pivotal basketball-turned-lifestyle classic has been popping up in exciting new colorways and iterations on a regular basis. This week, word that the Air Force 1 would be the subject of another round of high-profile collaborations leaked online, with Ronnie Fieg’s Kith as one of the main partners. In addition to this information, a few savvy reddit users found that Kith was teasing the new collaboration in their Fall lookbook, showing off a total of five different colorways: triple white, white/black/red, navy blue, olive, and tan.


Kith’s next project with Nike, this time focusing on the Air Force 1 Low, has not yet been announced for release, however, they are expected to drop sometime in Spring of 2020. The elevated classic will likely be accompanied by a higher price point of $120, and release exclusively at Kith stores as well as their online shop. Check out the teaser images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news.

Kith x Nike Air Force 1 Low
Color: White/University Red-Metallic Gold
Style Code: CZ7926-100
Release Date: July 4, 2020
Price: $120

UPDATE (June 30th, 2020): We finally have a confirmed release date for Ronnie Fieg’s latest Kith x Nike Air Force 1. The sneakers will be releasing this Saturday, July 4th in-store only at Kith Tokyo. Unfortunately for those elsewhere, Ronnie Fieg has made it clear they will never release online or at any other Kith shop.

UPDATE (May 6th, 2020): This week, we finally have a closer look at the upcoming Kith x Nike Air Force 1 Low, courtesy of our friend SoleByJC. While little new information came alongside his updated images, we did find out that the red pair in question will be exclusive to Asia, leading us to believe that the rest of the matching colored pairs will also fit into some sort of regional drop. Check out Jean’s photos below, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more updates.