Nike's Deconstructed Air Force 1 Jester XX Gets a "Triple Black" Update

An understated take on the eye-catching silhouette.

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After releasing two new multicolored takes on the Air Force 1 Jester recently, Nike has returned to the deconstructed silhouette for a more sleek update. Despite the sneaker’s eye-catching detailing, the new release is wrapped in an understated “Triple Black” colorway, with everything from the pebbled leather upper and “Ultra” midsole to deconstructed features all coming in black.

The sneaker features the classic Air Force 1 Jester detailing, including a Swoosh that drops down to its midsole, a skewed heel tab and a hang-tag beneath the Swoosh branding. As it stands, the all-black colorway is a women’s exclusive and is currently available from Tokyo-based retailer BILLY’S.

Nike also has a new “Mica Green” corduroy take on the Air Max 97 on the way.

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Nike Air Force 1 Jester XX “Triple Black”

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