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Brand: PSNY x Nike

Model: Air Force 1

Key Features: The deconstructed upper with exposed stitching comes in a trio of colorways and takes inspiration from the Air Force 1 low, mid, and high. Constructed using high quality leather, the sneaker features a branded pull-tab at the heel and co-branding on the tongue. Each pair sits on the iconic Air Force 1 midsole.

Release Date: Initial release in NYC September 4-6. Global release to follow on September 5.

Price: $200

Buy: PSNY pop-up at 3 Howard Street, NYC from September 4-6. Wider release at select retailers TBC.

Editor’s Notes: New York City designers Public School continue the popular deconstructed sneaker trend with their latest Nike collaboration: a set of Nike Air Force 1s. The sneakers were first teased some time ago in 2017.

The pack consists of three colorways coming in grey, white, and black and all featuring a leather, deconstructed upper. A frequent collaborator with Nike’s Jordan sub-brand, Public School adds a prominent heel strap, exaggerated tongue with “PSNY” branding, and detached lace closure to the classic 1982 design.

The PSNY x Nike Air Force 1s will be available first in NYC at a pop-up at 3 Howard Street from September 4-6, before launching globally on September 5. Along with the sneakers, Nike will offer basketball jersey customization using upcycled vintage Nike apparel for the duration of the PSNY pop-up store.

Flip through the images above and let us know your favorite colorway in the comments.

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