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Brand: Nike

Model: Air Force 1, Air Max 90, Dunk Low, Air More Uptempo, Air Trainer 1

Release Date: Available now

Price: TBC

Buy: Online at Nike & END.

Editor's Notes: Who knew the folks over at Nike were such lovers? We may be just over a month away from Valentine's Day, but that doesn't mean Team Swoosh isn't already indulging in the event.

It was only a few weeks ago that Drake byways of Nike reminded us of why he's a Certified Lover Boy with the launch of his highly anticipated NOCTA Air Force 1. Detail-heavy, romance was the theme, and in the run-up to lover's day, it remains as such.

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Nike has never shied away from offering a sneaker or two to the lovers of the world on February 14th, typically opting for a pink-clad Dunk Low. This year, however, it's pulling out all the stops to make sure it's a day to remember.

Why stop at one silhouette when you can have five? That's the thinking that dictates 2023's Valentine's offering, pushing the Air More Uptempo, Air Max 90, Dunk Low, Air Trainer 1, and Air Force 1 into the spotlight – with love, of course.

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Perhaps the most impressive of the bunch is the Air Force 1, which is extremely heavy on detail, featuring hanging cherry-like love hearts, a love heart motif at the "AIR" branding, and double Swoosh.

Obviously, the whole affair is very pink, red, and white, which extends across the full pack. On the Air Trainer 1 and Air More Uptempo, you'll also find deeper clay-like tones, offering looks with increased wearability.

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