Nike Adds the Air Rift to the "United in Victory" Collection

In continuation of the split-toe sneaker’s return this year.

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When it comes to leveraging its archive, Nike has found many different ways to keep its silhouettes from various eras both modern and active. From unique twists via collaborations to model variants and new colorways, the Swoosh has its eyes on the future as much as it has them on the past. While sneakers such as the Zoom Vomero 5 have been constantly pushed throughout 2023, the Air Rift has maintained a lowkey presence with just a few looks popping up from Nike thus far.

Adding to the list, the Air Rift now joins the “United in Victory” collection — previously spotted across the Air Force 1 Low, Air Max Plus and Air Max 90. As with the other sneakers involved, the letters “N” and “U” — an acronym for “Nike United” — are spread throughout the beige base in a white with black shadow finish. This light brown also touches down on the shoe’s signature midfoot strap while a bonus golden Swoosh keychain accessory serves as the cherry on top.

While much of the Nike “United in Victory” collection has already released, the Air Rift is set to join the fray later this year. Look for it to land on shelves via the Swoosh and select retailers in women’s sizing in the coming months.

Stay tuned for updates regarding this drop and for more of the latest news from the footwear space, last week saw Nike reveal the Calm Mule, leading to an official showcase of its colorways today.

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