Release date, price and where to buy

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To celebrate the late Virgil Abloh’s “Figures of Speech” exhibit, Off-White and Nike have unveiled a new Air Force 1 Low colorway titled “Brooklyn” after the location of the museum in which the creative showcase is held.

The exhibition features collaborations with architect Rem Koolhaas, contemporary artist Takashi Murakami and the musician formerly known as Kanye West, as well as works by Off-White and Louis Vuitton as a nod to Abloh’s multifaceted approach to fashion.

The “Brooklyn” Air Force 1s, in particular, aim to communicate Abloh’s creative gift and signature style, while keeping several design details of some of the best Air Force 1s in place to avoid straying too far from the fan-favorite silhouette.

The result appears to be an incredibly unique yet classic Air Force 1 design that’s sure to turn heads when you’re on your feet. With that in mind, here’s everything we know about the “Brooklyn” Air Force 1 release so far…

Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low Brooklyn Release Date

Despite rumors that the shoes were only going to be for friends and family, the Nike SNKRS listing confirms that the “Brooklyn” colorway will indeed be released on September 13, 2022 at 10 a.m. EDT.

However, you might be lucky enough to get your hands on a pair if you’re New York-based with the shoes already regionally launching through the SNKRS Pass.

Luckily, there’s not long to wait if you’re an Off-White or Air Force 1 fan based outside of New York and looking to secure your own set of “Brooklyn” bottoms. We recommend you act fast, as the shoes could sell out quickly given the immense popularity of both brands.

Off White x Nike Air Force 1 Low Brooklyn Design

Before Nike confirmed their release, the Air Force 1 “Brooklyn” was previously referred to as the “Light Green Spark” colorway and it’s easy to see why.

The shoes come dressed almost entirely in Bright Green, with the main contrast being the Metallic Silver featured on the side panel Swooshes.

You’ll also find exposed foam around the collars and tongues in reference to Abloh’s signature style, as well as circular cutouts to make the sneakers appear more unfinished.

Additional Off-White details include the usual “Air” branding on the midsoles and a nod to Nike’s Beaverton headquarters with “Off-White for NIKE” text featured on the medial sides.

Further Off-White branding can be found in black on the insoles, and the usual zippered tag is attached to the left sneaker in matching green to complete the typical Off-White fashionable collaborative design.

Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low Brooklyn Price

Like the release date, Nike’s SNKRS listing confirmed the Air Force 1 “Brooklyn” cost $160 in adult size.

It doesn’t look like Nike will be offering smaller and therefore cheaper kids’ sizes just yet, although that may change once the sneakers are released. Stay tuned for more on that here.

Where to buy the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low Brooklyn

You can find the Air Force 1 “Brooklyn” listed on the Nike SNKRS launch page right now; however, the sneakers will not be available for purchase until September 13.

We recommend signing up for push notifications via the “Notify Me” button to ensure you are fully prepared for their arrival.

However, if you are unable to secure a pair through Nike, we suggest checking out the resale market at StockX or GOAT as other ways to buy.

For more, check out our list of the best places to buy sneakers here.

Similar products you can buy now

If you miss the opportunity to buy the new Off-White Air Force 1, there are a few alternative sneakers you can buy right now to add to your collection.

Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low University Gold

Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid Black

Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low Volt

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