An All-New 'Sushi Force 1' Sneaker Collab From Nike and Nobu Has Been Unveiled
It wasn't until earlier this week that Stampd clothing designer Chris Stamp published on his Instagram page a post that showed off some of the images he had been working on during the recent collab project that he demonstrated some of the work he had been doing.
In an upcoming limited edition of Nike's most popular silhouette, the Air Force 1, one of the brand's most popular silhouettes, the Air Force 1 will feature a brand new design that will only be available for a limited time period and will feature one of Nike's most iconic silhouettes, the Air Force 1, one of the brand's most popular silhouettes.
As a result of the fact that people are now aware that the collaboration between Nobu and Nike Air Force 1 is dubbed the "Sushi Force 1", a lot of hype has been generated by social media regarding the upcoming launch of the sneaker by the designer Chris Stamp on the Instagram platform. Despite the fact that the collaboration is a minimalist interpretation of a classic Air Force 1 Low, this collaboration is quite popular on Instagram because of its subtle style.
There will be a new Nobu x Nike Air Force 1 Low "Sushi Force 1" colorway which will be released in the very near future; however, it will still be wearing the traditional Air Force 1 Low "Triple White" theme, keeping with its heritage, which is a big part of the Air Force 1 Low's appeal.
Additionally, the shoe has been embellished with a bespoke "Beverly Hills Sushi Club" logo imprinted both on the heel counter and the tongue tag that further enhances the shoe's signature look by adding a valuable touch that further enhances it's signature look.
This shoe is not only equipped with lacing dubrae, but also with embroidered Nobu logos and contemporary logos showcasing the head chef at Nobu. In addition to the logos illustrating Nobu's head chef, there are also several contemporary logos depicting Nobu's executive chef and head chef, including Matsuhisa, the head chef's surname, as well as Stampd, the executive chef's surname.
“Honored to have worked together with @Nike and @therealnobu to create a limited amount of ‘SF-1s’. With the AF1 being my favorite shoe of all time and a true staple of Los Angeles much like the menu at Matsuhisa, it was only right to add this one to the uniform,” he wrote in the caption of the Instagram post which he shared with his followers.
The Nobu x Nike Air Force 1 "Sushi Force 1" has not been given a specific release date as of the time of publication, but the collaborative sneaker will be able to be purchased this February, according to the Rich Report. When it comes to its retail price, the shoe is going to be available at a retail price of $195 when it debuts at stores.