In 1982, Nike revolutionized the world of basketball footwear with the introduction of the Air Force 1, a creation of the iconic designer Bruce Kilgore. As the first basketball shoe to incorporate Nike Air cushioning technology, the silhouette became a trailblazer on the courts, offering unparalleled support and comfort for players. In the four decades since, the beloved Air Force 1 has undergone countless makeovers and redesigns, each iteration reflecting the evolving tastes and needs of its loyal fanbase, with inspiration ranging from the hardwood to hip-hop to the great outdoors. The latest in the series serves the latter, the Nike Air Force 1 Wild, a women's exclusive model tailored for outdoor enthusiasts who appreciate both style and functionality.
Designed for the Adventurous
The Nike Air Force 1 Wild fuses the classic silhouette with modern, rugged elements, making it perfect for those who enjoy hiking and exploring the outdoors without compromising on style. This fresh take on the iconic shoe will be released in five stunning colorways, including Brown, Wheat, Green, Sail, and Black, each reflecting the beauty and diversity of nature.
Crafted for Durability and Comfort
The Air Force 1 Wild is designed to withstand the challenges of the trails. Each pair features a ballistic mesh base complemented by durable nubuck overlays, ensuring the shoes are both breathable and sturdy. Dual heel tabs provide enhanced cushioning for long hikes, while tongue pull tabs allow for easy slip-on access.
The shoe's textile-wrapped midsole ensures optimal comfort and support during outdoor adventures, while the trail-ready rubber outsole delivers exceptional traction on a variety of terrains. With the Nike Air Force 1 Wild, you'll be prepared for whatever Mother Nature throws your way.
Keep an eye out for these women's Nike Air Force 1 Wild styles, set to be released in the coming months at select Nike Sportswear retailers and on Nike.com.
In the meantime, check out the photos below for a closer look at the newest addition to the Air Force 1 family.