Nike appears to be gearing up for the release of three new Air Force 1 Low LX colourways, with the standout feature on each of them being the purely decorative exposed laces.
As the Air Force 1 is essentially a blank canvas for Nike, we've seen a number of unique designs over the years, plus several eccentric releases currently in the works including the special edition Air Force 1 "Valentine's Day".
With that being said, we're focusing on the Low LX sneakers in this article, so, without further delay, let's kick things off with the release date.
Nike Air Force 1 Low LX Release Date
As of right now, the release date for these sneakers is unknown as the only real information we have so far is a detailed look at each of their designs via the official images.
Most reports state an arrival sometime in 2022 is almost a guarantee, with some going as far as to say they will likely debut in the coming months.
Unfortunately, unknown release dates have very much been a theme of upcoming Air Force 1's, with the debut of the Louis Vuitton x Off-White collaboration also a mystery.
With so much speculation, make sure you check back in as we'll be keeping this article updated with any further information as and when it arrives.
Nike Air Force 1 Low LX Design
The consistent theme across all three of these new colourways is the exposed laces that zig-zag their way across the eyestays, around the Swoosh and tie together at the heel.
However, the most unique variation of this can be seen on these New York Knicks-like trainers which utilise a mismatch of bright blue and orange similar to the colour scheme of the basketball team.
The uppers then come dressed in white as is customary with most Air Force 1's, with the only contrast being the labels on the tongues which feature the same mismatched orange and blue.
The other two colours in the LX collection include this all-white offering seen below. It is mostly the same as the orange and blue design except for the colour palette.
The only slight hint of colour on these sneakers can be found around the thicker elements of the laces which appear to come in a light grey.
The final colourway comes dressed in a monochromatic cream/Sail. This is then contrasted by black on the Nike branding and laces.
Each of the sneakers sits on top of the classic full-length, thick Nike Air midsoles which round off the design in a typical Air Force 1 fashion.
Nike Air Force 1 Low LX Price
The retail price for these sneakers is yet to be announced.
Generally speaking, Air Force 1's retail for around $100, however, given their rather unique exposed laces, we wouldn't be surprised if they ended up being slightly more than that.
We'll update you on the cost of these trainers once an official listing goes live.
Where To Buy Nike Air Force 1 Low LX
We believe the first place these Air Force 1's will likely drop is at Nike.com, presumably under the new releases or the Air Force 1 subsection.
We'd also recommend signing up for the push notifications if or when a listing goes live on the SNKRS page or App so you're completely prepared for their arrival.
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