Emotionally Unavailable & Nike Prepare a Valentine's Day-Themed Air Force 1 High

Centered around a red and pink color scheme.

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After being teased by Edison Chen during Paris Fashion Week, we now have an official look at the Emotionally Unavailable x Nike Air Force 1 High “Valentine’s Day.”

To celebrate Valentine’s Day, the Los Angeles-based streetwear label’s take on Nike‘s classic model is centered around a red canvas upper that’s decorated with pink chenille Swooshes trimmed with white. Additional branding comes in the form of a branded double-sided tongue tag and tonal Nike Air heel embroidery. The “E.U. Air” cream-colored ankle strap is accompanied by a zipper shroud closure that is framed by laces weaved through the eyelets. Finishing up the design of the shoe is a vintage white midsole and a red rubber outsole.

No official release notes just yet, but the Emotionally Unavailable x Nike Air Force 1 High is set to hit nike.com and select retailers sometime before Valentine’s Day, February 14.

In case you missed it, the Air More Uptempo 720 continues Nike’s series of hybrid sneakers.

 

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