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CLOT's 2006 collaboration on the Nike Air Max 1 is reportedly returning next year, according to insider @py_rates_. Dubbed the "Kiss of Death," the sneaker by CLOT and MC Yan celebrated the opening of ACU in Shanghai, China's first sneaker boutique.

The CLOT x Nike Air Max 1 pulled inspiration from spiritual energy and the ancient Chinese art of pressure points. The luxe sneaker paired a suede upper with a snakeskin Swoosh and ostrich skin on the heel. The insoles then referenced the pressure point inspiration.

According to @py_rates_, the "Kiss of Death" Air Max 1 will release sometime in 2021, celebrating the 15-year anniversary of the original drop. As always, be sure to check back with us for confirmed details.

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