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Terror Squad x Nike Air Force 1 Low Release Date

Terror Squad x Nike Air Force 1 Low

Terror Squad x Nike Air Force 1 Low

Way back when collaborations between Nike and rappers were super rare, they created a Nike Air Force 1 collab with famous rapper Fat Joe and only made them Friends and Family with no general release ever. These Air Force 1’s are very rare and have the Terror Squad logo on the back of the sneaker. These were so limited due to only being F&F. So these sneakers were a grail to many collectors and were super hard to get a hold on one of them because they almost never hit the resell market. During an interview of Fat Joe, he mentioned that there is an even more exclusive pair. On this pair, Virgil Abloh came up to him and wanted to do a collab between him and Off White on an Air Force 1. After this conversation, Nike and Fat Joe started working together on a general release of the Terror Squad AF1.

What makes the Terror Squad x Nike Air Force 1 Low so special?

As said before, the Terror Squad af1’s are very very rare, so we never thought we will ever see a general release of these exclusive sneakers. But luckily we got the word from the man himself, that Nike and himself are working on one at the moment. This pair of Air Force 1’s will feature an all leather upper with a black and white color scheme. It will also feature the ‘TS’ on the side at the heel and on the back we see ‘JC’ probably because of Joe’s nickname ‘Joey Crack’.

Official images of the Terror Squad x Nike Air Force 1 Low

Months after Fat Joe debuted the black and white colorway, we finally have the official images of this beautiful but iconic pair from Nike. On these images, you can see the nicely embroidered ‘TS’ logo on the side of the sneaker. We listed the images down below for you to have a better idea of what the sneaker will look like.

When are the Terror Squad x Nike Air Force 1 Low releasing?

These beauties will be releasing this summer, most precisely on the 19th of August. With no retail price yet unfortunately, but the most likely be between the $120 and $150 USD as seen on previous Nike Air Force 1’s. When we know more about the price of this iconic collab, we will update you on our Instagram @thesneakercoppers and through this article.

Can’t wait for this drop?

We are pretty sure that every sneaker collector can’t wait to have a Terror Squad Air Force 1 in their collection because they are very rare and expensive. Now that Nike is releasing one to the public, these are a better option than the F&F pairs. But in the meantime we can just buy the normal air force 1 or from another collab. We put some of our favorites down below to add to your collection.

Nike Air Force 1 Low ’07 White’

The Nike Air Force 1 '07 'Triple White' gives the classic shoe a blank-slate makeover, one that accentuates its clean and modern lines. The upper is made of white leather, with heritage details such as perforated toe box, variable width lacing and metallic silver lace dubrae. A matching rubber cupsole packs an Air-sole heel unit encapsulated in lightweight foam. Underfoot, the rubber outsole features the original pivot-point traction pattern. SKU - CW2288-111



Travis Scott x Air Force 1 Low ‘Cactus Jack’

The Travis Scott x Air Force 1 Low 'Cactus Jack' features a unique patchwork upper that reflects the rapper's upbringing and personal style. The rugged materials give the nod to traditional workwear, including a removable zippered overlay atop the tongue, while earth tones draw inspiration from nature. A gum rubber outsole anchors the eclectic design. SKU - CN2405-900


Nike Air Force 1 Low ’07 Mocha’

The radiance lives on in the Nike Air Force 1 '07. Crossing hardwood comfort with off-court flair, this b-ball original puts a fresh spin on everything you know best about the AF-1: legendary comfort, era-echoing '80s construction and nothing-but-net style. Smooth leather is paired with soft. SKU - FB3355-200




Supreme x Air Force 1 Low ‘Box Logo – White’

The Supreme x Air Force 1 Low "Box Logo" delivers a minimalist take on Nike's iconic sneaker. The low-top shoe features a full-grain leather upper in a monochromatic white finish, accented with Supreme's signature red box logo on the lateral heel. Additional Supreme branding hits appear on the custom sockliner and a secondary set of red laces. SKU - CU9225-100


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