The Air Force 1 Sherpa Fleece will be released later this year. You can get more release information about this Air Force 1 in this post from us.
The Nike Air Force 1 features the same hoops-inspired performance features as the 1982 original, while the layered design adds definition to the classic look. Nike Air delivers lightweight cushioning with every step.
What is particularly striking about this variant is the fleece on the collar and on the sides of the sneaker. In addition to the Sherpa fleece, the shoe has a special lacing and fine details that round off the look.
When can I buy the Air Force 1 Sherpa Fleece?
It is not yet known when the Air Force 1 will appear. We assume a shock drop and so that you don't miss another sneaker drop in the near future, we now have a helpful tip for you:
Download our free Dead Stock app now and set the notifications so you won't miss an important release again! In addition to our useful push messages, you also have the option of taking part in exclusive competitions in the app.
Where can I buy the Air Force 1 Sherpa Fleece?
If you want to buy this Nike Air Force 1, then you should definitely keep our overview open before the release date. Here we show you every available shop where you can buy the shoes. Especially with this sneaker, pay more attention to our push messages, we assume a shock drop!
The sneaker has not yet been listed in any store. However, it is only a matter of time before stores such as Solebox or Asphaltgold will sell the sneaker. One thing is for sure, as soon as we have found more shops, we will of course add them to our shop overview.
So if you really want to buy the Air Force 1 with the item number DO6680-100, you have to pay about 130.00 euros for it. Simply click through our release overview and choose the shop of your choice on the release day. Good luck with the release!
Otherwise, feel free to check our other social media channels so that you don't miss any information from the sneaker world. You should also check out our aforementioned free Dead Stock app if you haven't already considered it.