Despite being almost a 40-year-old model, the unstoppable stream of Nike Air Force 1 colourways proves that it's not going anywhere. The "Triple White" edition has remained a classic all these years, acting as the staple piece to any outfit possible, as well as a blank canvas for high-profile collaborations with the likes of Virgil Abloh, Travis Scott, plus more.
As these high-heat releases continue to dominate the streetwear landscape, there's a good number of GR releases that possess stunning colour palettes that are definitely under the radar. Forget about co-branding details for now and take a closer look at these Nike AF1 colourways instead that will elevate your outfits effortlessly.
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Zig Zag White Black"
Let's take a closer look at the Nike Air Force 1 Low "Zig Zag White Black" to kick things off. As can be clearly seen from the super-detailed images shot by The Sole Supplier's Lana Manners, this rendition doesn't discard the classic all-white look completely but rather elevates it with a unique look via contrasting zig-zag Swoosh logos in black. Of course, you can still expect great comfort and cushioning, thanks to the sportswear powerhouse's signature Air technology.
Nike Air Force 1 Crater Flyknit "White Wolf Grey"
The Nike Air Force 1 is a pair that'll never go out of style, but before you continue adding new colourways to your line-up, have you ever thought about how do shoes affect the environment? If you didn't know, sneakers actually hold carbon footprints heavier than the other pieces from our outfit. So why not opt for sustainable shoes? With the Nike Air Force 1 Crater Flyknit "White Wolf Grey", the traditional premium leather build and chunky midsole originally put by Bruce Kilgore are swapped for a Flyknit build and Nike's sustainable Crater Foam made from recycled materials.
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Happy Pineapple Cork"
If you're looking for a pair of shoes that will turn heads on the streets, then the Nike Air Force 1 Low "Happy Pineapple Cork" should be a no-brainer. At first glance, you can instantly see that flexing these will require some street confidence from the user. The foundation sees a cork outfit, matched with profile Swooshes that adds a touch of contrast through the green lining bordering it. While the Air midsole retains a standard white layout, the outsole underneath features a brown tinge with speckles, and the tongue exhibits a happy pineapple character for a playful look.
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Aquamarine"
The Nike Air Force 1 Low "Aquamarine" is definitely one of a kind. From heel to toe, we see a blanched-out base made from tumbled leather—nothing exciting there. But that's because the branding details are the showstopper of this rendition. Across the sides, an all-new Nike lightning bolt Swoosh logo strikes the quarter panels in a teal hue, while a miniature version in a lime tinge finds its way towards the lateral toes.
Nike Air Force 1 Low "Zig Zag Black Orange"
As can be seen, these Nike Air Force 1 Low "Zig Zag Black Orange" are the same as the outset pair, except flaunting a stealthier look by way of blacked-out tumbled leather panels and vibrant orange zig-zag Swoosh logos. And for those who have been present in the sneaker community for quite some time now, we have no doubts that you'd agree these give off a striking resemblance to A$AP Bari's Nike Air Force 1 Low VLONE from 2017. So if you haven't got the funds to drop a couple of thousand pounds for that pair, why not choose this pocket-friendly price instead?
All in all, these are just a few versions that we think are heavily underrated. There's many more out there sitting and deserves to find a good home, or if you're really not keen on any, then be sure to check back with us here at The Sole Supplier for all the latest Nike releases. How does the Nike Air Force 1 fit? You can use our Air Force 1 size guide to find out.