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One of the biggest sneaker collaborations to be unveiled during Men's Paris Fashion Week was the NIGO x Nike Air Force 3 Low shoe, spotted at the end of KENZO's Spring/Summer 2025 show.

Ever since a collaboration between Nike and NIGO was revealed in April 2023, little to no details about it have been widely shared. Yet, the General has constantly been teasing what his Nike sneaker and apparel collaboration is going to look like.

In November 2023, NIGO stepped out in an intriguing new pair of Nike Air Force 3 Highs in a colorway similar to Air Force 3 "Escape" sneakers originally released in 1980s and 2000s. In January of 2024, NIGO further teased his upcoming collaboration with Nike by wearing a red co-branded Nike x NIGO T-shirt for the finale of KENZO's Fall/Winter 2024 presentation.

Now the latest hint of what's to come with NIGO's upcoming collaboration with Nike is a perforated white leather Nike Air Force 3 Low sneaker that boasts hits of yellow, green, red, and pink throughout.

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Personally, this NIGO x Nike Air Force 3 Low sneaker instantly brings two things to mind. One is eBay's logo, which isn't a new concept for a sneaker design as seen with those infamous eBay Nike SB Dunk Lows. This shoe's green, yellow, and red colors is also giving me a Rastafarian vibe and would pair perfectly with a very rare iteration of a Polo 1992 Stadium tank top.

Recently, it was rumored that NIGO's upcoming Nike collaboration would cost between $60 to $500. Now seeing how hard these Air Force 3 Low sneakers are, it's best to start saving up before it arrives in Fall 2024.

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