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Looks Like Lil Yachty Got His Own Air Force 1

Beaverton brand reunites with the rap scene for a limited run of the Concrete Boys x Nike Air Force 1 Low

Concrete Boys x Nike Air Force 1 Low

In the world of sneakerheads and hip-hop enthusiasts, there's always a buzz around artist collaborations with renowned brands. Lil Yachty, known for his distinctive style and love for sneakers, has recently teased a highly-anticipated partnership with Nike on the Concrete Boys x Nike Air Force 1 Low sneakers. However, there's a twist – this release is initially set to be a "friends and family" exclusive.

The sneaker collaboration showcases classic elements of the iconic Air Force 1, readied in a crisp white leather upper and navy accents on the lining and outsole. Lil Yachty's signature catchphrase, "It's Us," is prominently featured alongside the classic Nike Swoosh symbol on the tongue tag and insole. The unique touch comes from a "concrete boy" character on the heel, rendered entirely in navy.

Concrete Boys x Nike Air Force 1 Low

For Lil Yachty, simplicity combined with a classic scheme seems to be the winning formula. While some fans might hope for more extravagant designs down the line, these Forces offer a clean and solid starting point.

As for the release date, it remains under wraps as to whether these coveted sneakers will hit Nike's shelves anytime soon. However, a ‘Fresh AF1 Tour’ has been announced, with the first stop in Atlanta, Lil Yachty's hometown. This event will feature exclusive Nike x Concrete Boys merchandise, potentially including the highly sought-after sneakers.

Intriguingly, Concrete Boys is Lil Yachty's record label, featuring talented artists like Draft Day, Camo!, Dc2Trill, and KARRAHBOOO, who have recently gained attention with their viral freestyles.

While the public awaits further details on the wider release, sneakerheads and fans of Lil Yachty will undoubtedly keep a close eye on this exciting collaboration. Stay tuned for updates, and you might just get your chance to snag a pair of these limited-edition kicks.

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