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Earlier this year, rumors began to circulate of yet another Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low sneaker collab. Several months later, here we are presenting the exact collaborative "Baroque Brown" AF1 that was rumored to be landing. Crazy, really.

Supreme's forthcoming minimalist Nike AF1 follows much the same formula as the iterations past: the classic low-top Nike AF1 silhouette marked by the streetwear giant's tiny Box Logo on the heel. And that's about it.

These are arguably the nicest Supreme x Nike Air Force 1s thus far, admittedly, what with the attractive tonal brown colorway covering the nubuck upper, Swoosh, laces, and sole, but they're also just as plain as any of the other ones.

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Still, these are up there with some of our favorite collaborative Air Force 1s to date. Sure, they're a simple logo jobby (Supreme has once again literally just added its Bogo motif to an AF1), but the brown colorway does a lot of heavy lifting.

Hopes were that, if Supreme heads were lucky, the latest Nike AF1 collab may also come with a set of Sup-branded laces as seen on the monochrome sneaker pack released in 2020.

This was apparently not meant to be, but given that the new AF1 collab is still yet to drop as part of Supreme's forthcoming Fall/Winter 2023 collection, there's still time to be pleasantly surprised.

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AMBUSH, Tiffany, Jacquemus, and now Supreme? The Force is indeed still with us in 2023. Last year, Nike's iconic low-top enjoyed plenty of drops in honor of its 40th anniversary (Drake's Love You Forevers, Bille Eillish's collab, the coveted Louis Vuitton collection, etc.)

Nike just isn't done celebrating. At the same time, it doesn't matter how many times they restock the classic schemes or let luxury houses take a spin at the model — the Force 1 is just a perennial icon that will never go out of style.

This article was first published on February 24 and then updated on August 10.

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