It's finally here. After a number of leaks and teasers, Nike has started the official rollout of the Air Force 1 Ultra Flyknit. You already know that this modernized take on the AF1 is lighter and more flexible than ever, but can the new design actually stand up to the time-tested original? Based on these new images, the answer's a resounding "yes."
Sneakers Magazine shot an on-feet editorial that should be enough to convince even the biggest non-believers. There's new looks at a number of upcoming colorways, including "Multicolor" Lows and Highs, "Black/White," "Volt," and more.
NikeLab's "All-White" Air Force 1 Ultra Flyknit will release in men's sizes on January 28 for $175, but in the meantime, the same colorway is available in women's (pictured below) via the Nike SNKRS app. There's also a red high top for men, both of which are priced at $175 and appear to be SNKRS exclusives as of publishing.