Stüssy and Nike are back, gearing up to release more collaborative sneakers in 2022 after they left off with the Air Huarache earlier this year. Today, we have our first look at the Stü’s take on the Air Force 1 Mid, dropping in 2022.

Stüssy and Nike have worked on a number of exciting projects together in the past two years, starting with the revival of the Air Zoom Spiridon in 2020, and most recently celebrating their game-changing Air Huarache with an official retro release earlier this year. Now, Stüssy and Nike are reuniting for another collaboration in 2022, this time featuring the Air Force 1 Mid. Our first look at the project comes from Instagram user ApolloLuo, whose photos of the early pair give us a great idea of what to expect next year. Shown in a simple black and white color scheme, the Stüssy Air Force 1 Mid features a premium leather construction, applying black leather overlays to the plain white base layer. The largest changes to the shoe are the addition of Stüssy’s branding, which appears on the ankle strap, tongue, and on both toe boxes in the brand’s signature Double S logo, perforating the leather.


The latest project from Stüssy and Nike has not yet been announced for release, and given the leaked images, we may not see them release for several more months. Given the nature of previous Stüssy x Nike collaborations, we expect the black and white pair seen here to launch alongside at least one more color scheme, one of which will be a Stüssy exclusive. Check out the teaser images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news.

UPDATE 12/24/21: Nike’s official images of the upcoming Stüssy Air Force 1 Mid have emerged online, usually a sign that the release is just over the horizon. However, until we have word from either Stüssy or Nike regarding their release, we cannot say anything definitive. Check out the detailed photos for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for further updates .

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