This week Nike unveiled its range of FW19 Air Force 1 styles that are set to be released over the coming months. Included in the collection are GORE-TEX-treated versions of the iconic silhouette (in both high and low iterations), an NBA pack, a black Skeleton Air Force 1 low, a Swoosh pack with mini-Swoosh detailing on the toe box, a Snakeskin AF1, and an Under Construction pack.

With so many styles to choose from, the black skeleton and GORE-TEX Air Force 1 lows stand out as the crown jewels of this collection. The black skeleton Air Force 1 follows 2018’s all-white version, which was extremely popular with sneakerheads the world over. GORE-TEX weather-proofing is always a popular addition to any type of footwear, let alone a staple such as the Air Force 1.

The featured high-top boasts a customizable, zippered bootie that allows for multiple styling options. The low-top GORE-TEX AF1 is constructed of ballistic nylon and full-grain leather, and lined with GORE-TEX.

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The NBA pack comprises four AF1s — two highs and two lows — featuring a satin heel and a first-ever split Swoosh design. The high-tops are a nod to three of the league's most storied franchises, while the lows are decorated in the NBA's most common colors of red, yellow, black, and navy.

The Snakeskin Air Force 1 will be released in three different colorways, while a set of “Under Construction” AF1s reference London’s building boom, taking inspiration from traffic cones and construction jackets.

Check out all styles above and look out for information on the individual drop dates to follow.

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