Jordan and Dior and now Nike and Louis Vuitton, the blend between designer and streetwear continue to fuse together with an upcoming Louis Vuitton Air Force 1 collection. 

Virgil Abloh’s attachment to Nike and Jordan makes it a whole lot easier but a snag of Louis Vuitton is a big deal and will likely be a huge collection sought after throughout the entire globe. Unlike the 50 pairs of Off-White x Nike Dunk Low’s Virgil will be going lesser with the Air Force 1 collection with a handful of pairs being revealed in a variety of different colors, shades, and materials across the Air Force 1 Low and Mid.

Calling for leather designs of durable luxurious tumbled leather and patent leather, with debossed monogram prints throughout each pair, each arrives in a new fresh colorway calling for brown, green, red, purple, and yellow. Offset tongues wrap up onto the ankles with “AIR” written on the rubber midsoles. In Louis Vuitton’s show notes, they stated, “For Spring-Summer 2022, Virgil Abloh collaborates with Nike on bespoke Air Force 1s, fusing the trainer’s classic codes with the insignia and materials of Louis Vuitton in homage to the hip-hop culture that shaped him.”


The entire collection is expected to be dropping in Summer 2022 but since the collab has been revealed, more detailed images are expected to surface soon so stay tuned for that as we get a better look at what to expect from Louis Vuitton x Nike.

Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 by Virgil
Release Date: July 19, 2022

UPDATE 7/13: The nine LV Air Force 1 colorways by Virgil Abloh will be available online July 19th at 12pm ET for the US. The Lows retail for $2,750 USD and Mids for $3,450 USD. There will be a “challenge” to enter the waiting room to prevent bots and once through, you will have 10 minutes to checkout 1 single colorway. Be sure to Follow us on Twitter for live alerts. Good luck!

UPDATE 1/19: The Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 launch will begin exclusively via Sotheby’s auction on January 26th. Limited to just 200 pairs, bidding will start at $2,000 and proceeds will be donated to The Virgil Abloh™ “Post-Modern” Scholarship Fund. Stay tuned for updates on the other colorways.

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