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The Air Force 1 is timelessly known by one color, triple white or color code 100 at Nike. As one of the most iconic designs in sneaker culture, it embodies a state-of-mind. Originating from the passion for hard play on the basketball court in 1982, it transcends music, fashion, art and streetwear and continues to push outside the lines today.

In collaboration with pioneers of hip-hop culture and those who fearlessly lead the way in design, we celebrate 35 years of AF-1 by re-imagining the classic.

Kareem "Biggs" Burke

Roc-a-Fella Records
Biggs is a pioneer in his own right. While not one of the voices that projected the excellence embodied by Roc-a-Fella Records, he played a leading role in their rise to success. Continuing the imprint's legendary lineage, Kareem "Biggs" Burke is called upon to celebrate Roc heritage through iconic footwear.

Don Crawley

Don C is no stranger to the world of footwear and the culture that comes from it. His past collaborative designs have perfectly exuded his unique aesthetic that brings together sportswear-inspired elements with the highest levels of luxury. Following a specific set of principles that he'll forever live by, Don introduces an AF-100 design that blends Force heritage with luxury elements.

Travis Scott

Cactus Jack Records
On stage, Travis Scott's energy is tough to contain. But while the energy he puts out is undeniable, his art comes to life thanks to a precise level of focus. Scott's balance between these energizing and focused personalities is embodied by his unique AF-100 design.

Virgil Abloh

Virgil Abloh’s love for creation is evident in everything he does. Obsessing form as much as function provides a perfect balance when it comes to his DIY nature. He describes his Off-White imprint as defining the grey area between black and white, a perspective and balance that is perfectly reflected in Abloh’s AF-100.

Errolson Hugh

Errolson Hugh’s connection to the Air Force 1 runs deep. Having worked on the Bruce Kilgore design in past collaborative projects, Hugh’s appreciation for the 1 is true, understanding what it takes to maximize everyday benefits In the design. Staying true to the white-on-white while ensuring his product is beneficial, Errolson’s new AF-100 harkens back to one of his first-ever collaborative designs.
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