PEACEMINUSONE and Nike have been quiet since the last collaboration in April 2023 with the buzzy "Panda" Kwondo1s. Almost too quiet.

Time to make some para-noise. 'Cause PEACEMINUSONE's coveted Nike Air Force 1 Low sneakers are so back.

It turns out the pair were working on more Nike Air Force 1 Lows for the people. And first looks at the new collaborative shoes have finally arrived.

For the third installment of the Nike Air Force 1 sneakers by PEACEMINUSONE, G-Dragon's brand is offering two distinct colorways. One features a vibrant pink Nike Swoosh, while the other sports a cool teal blue Swoosh, both vibrant enough to catch the eyes of PEACEMINUSONE fans.

PEACEMINUSONE's newest Nike Forces may come with freshly-painted Nike logos, but the pairs maintain many of the signature details seen on the previous Forces (the Korean exclusives included).

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For instance, PEACEMINUSONE again gives the Nike sneakers creamy leather jet black uppers, probably again thinly painted on purpose (the uppers are meant to wear off and reveal G-Dragon artwork over time).

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Also, on the forthcoming PEACEMINUSONE Forces, fans can expect those the brand's signature daisy flower motifs plus random paint strokes that look more like deliberate scuffs.

PEACEMINUSONE already checked off a Nike Force 1 Low 1.0 and 2.0. Now, the label has prepared a 3.0 AF1 sneaker, expected to release before 2024 is out.

Some whispers say we could see the new steppers as early as Fall 2024. Fingers and toes crossed for the PEACEMINUSONE fans out there.

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