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Jacquemus x Nike J Force 1 is Set in Motion

Following in the footsteps of the Nike Air Humara, the Air Force 1 receives a premium facelift under Jacquemus' refined design touch.


[Update 7 Jun 2023] Official images of the Jacquemus x Nike J Force 1 have now surfaced. All that’s left is to await the official drop on 13 June via Jacquemus, followed by a wider release on 21 June via Nike SNKRS.

[Update 31 May 2023] Just a day after we got a detailed look at the Jacquemus x Nike J Force 1, official campaign imagery of the collaboration has now been revealed by the former. The silhouette has also confirmed to be a hybrid fusion of the Air Force 1 Low and ACG Terra models. Take a look at the shots on the article slider above as we await a release on 13 June via Jacquemus’ website.

[Update 30 May 2023] Detailed shots of the Jacquemus x Nike J Force 1 “White” have now surfaced, in courtesy of @dirty_laces. Take a look at its unique woven midsole, metallic silver Swoosh and co-branded details via images above as we await more release details to come from the duo.

[Update 5 May 2023] A new image of the black pair of Jacquemus x Nike J Force 1 has now surfaced. While little details can be made out from the shot, a unique rugged outsole was seen equipped with a classic Air Force 1 upper construction. Take a look at the image on the article slider as we expect the collection to arrive in Summer 2023.

[Update 2 May 2023] Little info have surfaced for the Jacquemus x Nike J Force 1, but more close-up images have been revealed for the pairs. Take a look at the co-branding details on the insoles and “JACQUEMUS” imprints underneath the outsole on the article slider above.


After proving its ability to revamp and elevate old-school silhouettes from Nike’s vaults, with the launch of three successful Nike Air Humara colorways as strong backers, Jacquemus is now entering Nike’s expansive Air Force 1 collaborator club. The versatile silhouette has always been a popular canvas for Nike’s partners to reinterpret, with Tiffany & Co. coating the lateral Swoosh with its signature blue and AMBUSH extending the checkmark beyond expectations.

Jacquemus’ take, though, starts with modifying the dubrae. Instead of the usual “AF1″ marking etched onto the metal accessory, it has been replaced with an obvious nod to the high fashion brand—”JF1”. Carrying forward its custom aglets from the Nike Air Humara, this upcoming Jacquemus x Nike J Force 1 will also feature the same debossed leather look on its laces.

Not much else is known about the collaboration, besides that it’s expected to land in Summer 2023 in Black and White colorways. Rest assured that we’ll update this page as soon as more release information surfaces.

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