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For this new iteration, the Swoosh design teams implement a handful of striking details that are both vivid and relevant to Chinese culture. Much like Travis Scott’s first Nike Air Force 1 collaboration, the uppers of this rendition are crafted with a white canvas material, and these come overlaid with golden yellow and black tiger-striped Swooshes to echo its zodiac-inspired motif. Instead of the traditional Nike Air branding on the tongues you’ll find a unique “T” logo, and the lateral heels are embroidered with an intricate image of a tiger. The interior liners are drenched with a cherry red hue while bright orange finishes apply to the heels and the entire treading.
There’s no exact release date set in stone for these just yet, but you can likely anticipate Nike to drop these in the coming weeks ahead of Lunar New Year.
For other footwear news, on-foot photos of the Nike Dunk Low “White Barber Shop” have emerged.