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Tiffany & Co. x Nike Air Force 1 Low “1837” Release Info

Devin Robertson

The legendary Diamond Supply Co x Nike SB Dunk Low Pro was one of the first Nike SB Dunks to make waves online, thanks to the chaos that erupted when creator Nicky Diamonds posted a picture of his pair to MySpace back in 2005. The look drew inspiration from the iconic Tiffany and Co. jewelry box and was the pinnacle of luxury with its faux croc skin overlays and silver swoosh. Now it looks like Tiffany & Co. is finally getting in on sneakers with an Air Force 1 of its own. 

The sneaker features a black leather and nubuck base with Tiffany’s signature shade of teal on the insoles and leather Swoosh. Chrome appliques on the heel and etched “Tiffany” tongue labels exude sophistication. The typical Air Force 1 laces have been replaced with a thicker rope-like lace commonly found on Tiffany and Co. pouch cords and bags. The silhouette is also set to include an array of extra laces, including yellow and the brand’s signature teal. Special co-branded packaging completes the look. 

A release date for the Tiffany & Co. x Nike Air Force 1 “1837,” named after Tiffany & Co.’s founding year, has been set for March 7 for $400 via Nike and select retailers.

Tiffany & Co. x Nike Air Force 1 Low
Color: Black/Multi-Color
Style Code: DZ1382-001
Release Date: Spring 2023
Price: $400


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