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Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Chinese New Year'

Nike Celebrates Chinese New Year with the Air Force 1 Low

Nike Celebrates Chinese New Year with the Air Force 1 Low

clock-circular-outline Posted January 24, 2024

Nike is gearing up to captivate the sneaker world with its 2024 Chinese New Year offering, the Air Force 1 Low 'Year of the Dragon', launching on February 1.

Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Year of the Dragon'

This edition is more than just a sneaker; it's a celebration of the Lunar New Year, intertwining the legendary symbolism of the dragon with contemporary street style.

At the heart of this design is the Sail leather upper, ensuring a premium look while maintaining breathability with its cleverly placed perforations. The blend of Vapour Green, White, University Red, and Bright Crimson hues echo the festive mood, offering a vivid representation of the season's joy.

Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Year of the Dragon'

The standout feature is undoubtedly the dragon-scaled inspired Swooshes and heel tabs, embodying the might and nobility of the dragon. Adding a unique twist, dragon-esque charms embellish the lace dubraes, and the tongue tags are adorned with Chinese-inspired motifs, merged artfully with Nike's timeless ‘Just Do It’ slogan.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Year of the Dragon'

Retailing at $135 USD, this striking addition to the Air Force 1 lineage is available in men's sizing at select Nike Sportswear stores and via Nike.com. The Air Force 1 Low 'Year of the Dragon' is a fusion of tradition and modern flair, perfect for ringing in the New Year with a touch of mythical elegance. Be ready to embrace this fusion of cultural richness and sneaker culture on February 1st.

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