Travis Scott Teases UNDEFEATED x Nike Air Force 1 Inspired by the Brand's Collab From 2005

The kicks feature the same multi-colored arrangement but with glossy uppers.

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Nike has strong relationships with various brands in the streetwear space, but not many can compare to the longstanding partnership that it’s created with UNDEFEATED. The LA-based streetwear stalwart has linked up with the Swoosh team for many a different project by crafting two-way Air Max 90s, Dunk Lows, Kobe Protros and more. And to further enrich this ongoing bond, the duo is uniting once more to push out a collection of Air Force 1s, the latest of which appears to be inspired by its famed Dunk High collaboration from 2005.

Travis Scott — one Nike and Jordan Brand‘s most valued music roster members — teased the forthcoming colorway on his IG story and gave us an initial glance at its lateral point of view. The multi-colored arrangement is a direct nod to the offering from 17 years ago as a medley of pink, blue, brown, purple, yellow and black accents are all distributed to its various upper panels. The biggest difference here is that instead of smooth leathers — which were seen no the aforementioned Dunk — UNDEFEATED switches things up and makes use of patent leather to construct its build. Minty midsoles and neon outsoles further translate the classic iteration.

You can likely expect this version to release in a pack by UNDEFEATED in the coming months.

In case you missed it, Nike’s Federation jerseys for the 2022 FIFA World Cup have been unveiled.

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