G-Dragon PEACEMINUSONE x Nike Air Force 1 Para-Noise White
In Stock • Release Date : 25 Nov 8am • DD3223-100
Are you ready for the G-Dragon PEACEMINUSONE x Nike Air Force 1 Para-Noise White? The successor to G-Dragon's other AF1 collab from last December, sneakerheads who love the hip-hop culture are already calling this one better than the OG, and we're honestly not too surprised. While this may sound like a pretty bold statement to make, you honestly can't beat a "Triple White" Force, so if you want a pair make sure you read on to find out more!
Arriving in an all-white colour scheme, the Para Noise White Multi is as clean as it gets. Crafted from smooth leather panels throughout, this slowly but surely wears away over time to reveal a piece of personal artwork made by GD himself, inspired by a fond memory back when he was wearing an oversized clothes, a hat, and a matching Air Force 1, which was not an easy access to him back then.
Detailed look shows an oversized Swoosh glides across the lateral and medial side panels, while thick black laces tie everything together. Removable custom pins line the top two upper eyelets, while brush stroke detailing arrives along the Nike Air midsole as a reference to the K-pop star's South Korean musician roots. Additional PMO text is printed along the inside heel, and to round it all off, the BIGBANG leader's signature daisy motif is finely embroidered on the tongue in black, finalising the simple yet striking aesthetic.
What is there not to love about the G-Dragon PEACEMINUSONE x Nike Air Force 1 "Para-Noise Part 2"? Rumoured to be dropping sometime just towards the end of holiday season within Fall 2020, make sure you keep your eyes peeled if you want these in your personal collection this season!
UPDATE: The G-Dragon PEACEMINUSONE x Nike Air Force 1 "Para-Noise 2.0" is rumoured to be dropping next month on September 2020, with a heavy price tag of £170. Hit that bell to get a release date update in time!
UPDATE: The G-Dragon PEACEMINUSONE x Nike Air Force 1 "Para-Noise 2.0" is officially scheduled to release on 25 November with a retail price of £170.