What Is The Nike Air Force 1 Mid Copy Paste Release Date? Price Predictions And Where To Buy

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Official images have surfaced of a new and unique Nike Air Force 1 Mid known as the "Copy Paste", leaving many fans wondering when might we see a release date for these sneakers.

While some Air Force 1's stick to the usual Nike aesthetic, some, like the "Copy Paste" and "3D Swoosh", push the envelope of what an Air Force 1 should look like, which is one of the reasons why the Air Force 1 remains so popular 40 years after its debut.

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With that being said, we're focusing solely on the "Copy Paste" Mids in this article. So, without further delay, let's begin...

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What Is The Nike Air Force 1 Mid Copy Paste Release Date?

As of right now, the only information we have on these sneakers is that they'll release at some point in 2022.

However, reports are suggesting that it's likely we'll see the "Copy Paste" Mids arrive at Nike.com and selected retailers soon, possibly even in the coming weeks.

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This is just speculation at this stage though as nothing has been confirmed by the brand. Make sure you check back in with us as we'll be keeping you updated with all the latest news as and when it arrives.

Nike Air Force 1 Mid Copy Paste Design

The underlying aesthetic for the "Copy Paste" is essentially the same as any other Air Force 1 Mids, with light grey leather dressing the uppers while chunky, off-white midsoles feature underfoot.

Nike Air Force 1 Mid "Copy Paste" product image of a grey mid-top with white Nike overlays and an off-white midsole.
Credit: Nike
Nike Air Force 1 Mid "Copy Paste" product image of a grey mid-top with white Nike overlays and an off-white midsole.
Credit: Nike
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Where these sneakers differentiate themselves though is through the bright white overlays which appear to be indiscriminately pasted over the grey base layer.

On the lateral sides, you get Nike Swooshes scaled up to overlap the already present and usual Swooshes towards the heel counter.

Also, the medial sides include 'NIKE' written in big, block text which gives an added retro feel to these sneakers to match the pre-yellowed midsoles.

Nike Air Force 1 Mid "Copy Paste" product image of a grey mid-top with white Nike overlays and an off-white midsole.
Credit: Nike
Nike Air Force 1 Mid "Copy Paste" product image of a grey mid-top with white Nike overlays and an off-white midsole.
Credit: Nike

The retro theme continues inside the shoes as you get hand-drawn and screen print graphics of the Nike Air logo, with each letter dressed in a different colour to contrast the overall monotone design.

You also get a regular Nike Air logo on the heel counters, this time in white, to complete the design.

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Nike Air Force 1 Mid Copy Paste Price

Without an official listing, it's hard to know exactly how much these "Copy Paste" Mids will cost, especially as they feature a rather distinct look.

However, based on previous Air Force 1 releases, it is estimated that a men's pair will retail for around $120, with kids' sizes expected to be slightly cheaper.

Where To Buy Nike Air Force 1 Mid Copy Paste

As previously mentioned, we believe one of the first places these Air Force 1's will drop is at Nike.com under the new releases or the Air Force 1 subcategory.

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We'd also recommend signing up for the push notifications when a listing goes live on the SNKRS page or App so you're completely prepared for their arrival.

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