Supreme Officially Reveals Collaborative Nike Air Force 1 in "Wheat"

Complete with red box logo branding.

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After a first look surfaced in July, Supreme has now officially revealed the “Wheat” colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Low. The new colorway follows a pair of Supreme-branded Air Force 1 Low releases in 2020, which saw the iconic sneaker dressed in black or white and finished with Supreme’s iconic red box logo branding.

The “Wheat” colorway covers the entirety of the shoe’s suede upper and gum midsole, continuing the minimal aesthetic from the earlier releases. This monochrome upper is then finished with the same red Supreme branding towards the heel. As was reported when the colorway was first seen earlier this year, the “Wheat” design is believed to be a nod to the classic Timberland 6-Inch boot.

Take a look at the Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Wheat” in the gallery above, and keep an eye out for official release details in the near future.

In case you missed it, Supreme also recently collaborated with Junya Watanabe.

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