Years before Nike dropped the Air Jordan, the revolutionary Air Force basketball shoe rolled out in 1982 with great success. Despite a high initial retail price of $89.95, this model flew off the shelves for both basketball players and casual wearers alike with its lightweight and comfortable performance design. 40 years later, the Air Force line is going strong with little change to the classic design. Its extensive line includes highs, lows, mids in a smorgasbord of different colorways and brand collaborations like those with CLOT, Travis Scott, and Off-White.
Explore Virgil Abloh’s latest venture with the Swoosh which includes various new Air Force 1 Low, Mids, and Highs. We go through its release details and estimate its resale value. Presenting, the Louis Vuitton Nike Air Force 1 Collection