Fitting the theme of V-Day, label heads Edison Chen and KB Lee dressed the high-top iteration of the classic Nike model in a bright and bold red canvas. The uppers of the shoe are decorated with pink chenille Swooshes framed by white rope laces weaved through the eyelets and a zipper shroud closure. Under the shroud is an additional tongue with “E.U. Air” text and a melting red heart tag. Rounding up the design of the collaboration is an “E.U. Air” cream-colored ankle strap and a vintage white midsole that’s paired with a red rubber outsole.
Take a closer look above and look for the Emotionally Unavailable x Nike Air Force 1 High “Valentine’s Day” to release February 8 at select locations.
For more Nike news, the Air Max 270 recently received a “South Beach” makeover.