To mark the 35th anniversary of its Air Force 1 sneaker, Nike recently announced a string of collaborations with an array of designers and creatives. Named AF100, the collection features takes on the silhouette from Don C, Kareem “Biggs” Burke, ACRONYM‘s Errolson Hugh, Travis Scott and Virgil Abloh.
Every sneaker in the collection comes in an all-white silhouette, arguably the most iconic colorway of the Air Force 1. Other key details include the zip that adorns ACRONYM’s efforts, as well as the silver Swoosh on Virgil Abloh’s design and the lace detailing from Travis Scott’s take on the sneaker.
All of the sneakers are set to go on display at a special pop-up at HBX’s exhibition space from November 30 until December 6, before being available through a raffle via the web store. In other news from the AF100 collection, BSTN recently created a range of custom-designed vehicles to mark the anniversary.