Official Look at the UNDEFEATED x Nike Air Force 1 Low "Multi-Patent"

A release date may be just around the corner.

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Nike continues to connect with brands and designers which are both familiar and new to the Swoosh throughout 2022. Now, as fall approaches, one of its most established partners, premium boutique and apparel brand UNDEFEATED, rejoins the Swoosh for a “Multi-Patent” rework of the Air Force 1 Low.

Fans of the duo were excited by a first look at the shoe in July and are now offered a closer look courtesy of Nike. This colorful approach to the Air Force 1 Low includes hits of yellow, orange, blue, lavender, red, purple and black on its patent leather upper. White laces and a matching midsole pair with an icy translucent outsole to offer simple details to this anything-but-plain look. Orange dubrae reads “UNDFTD” while the classic “5Strikes” logo lands on the tongue branding and lateral heel to complete this collaborative pair.

A release date for the UNDEFEATED x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Multi-Patent” has not yet been shared. While we await more details from the Swoosh, take a detailed look at this pair above and expect it to hit shelves in the coming months via Nike and select retailers.

In other footwear news, another Air Jordan 1 Mid Split has surfaced, this time utilizing blue, black and white throughout the contrast-filled upper.

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