The Nike Air Force 1 is taking on dozens of new iterations and styles throughout this year, but today we have a close look at a very special pair, celebrating Nike’s namesake, the Goddess of Victory.

Nike’s recent push to bring new stories and colorways to the classic Air Force 1 has brought about dozens, if not hundreds, of new pairs all preparing to release sometime in 2021 and beyond. While some make changes to the materials or construction of the AF1, and others merely introduce new color blocking, today we have an early look at a special pair that celebrates the history of Nike, particularly the brand’s name itself. Titled the “Goddess of Victory” Air Force 1, this pair makes some noteworthy changes to the silhouette, swapping out the overlay materials for special textured leathers, as well as using exposed-foam tongues covered by a sea-shell-shaped mesh. covering. Nike Air logos in greek lettering are found on the left heel, while a simple leaf embroidery dresses the right, and “Goddess of Victory” logos on each insole complete the look.


Nike’s new Air Force 1 Low celebrating the brand’s namesake “Goddess of Victory” has not yet been announced for release, though they are slated to arrive sometime in the coming weeks. The special-edition AF1 low will likely launch from both Nike and select retailers, with an elevated price tag of $130. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news.

Nike Air Force 1 Low “Goddess of Victory”
Release Date: 2021
Price: $130
Color: White/White-Summit White-Photon Dust
Style Code: DM9461-100

Previous articleThe CLOT x sacai x Nike LDWaffle “Grey” Releases Tomorrow
Next articleNike’s Air Max BW Takes on Brown Accents for Beijing and the City Pack