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Nike's Air Force 1 Low "Flax" is Part of the China-Exclusive NAI-KE Series

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Adam Cheung
October 29, 2022

One of the American sportswear company's most exclusive collections.

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few years, you'd know that the NAI-KE series is one of the American sportswear company's most exclusive collections. First introduced back in 2015, the range was made exclusively for China and was infused with a traditional details that nod to the Asian country's rich heritage. To celebrate the Air Force 1's 40th anniversary, the Nike Air Force 1 Low "Flax" has been revealed, and here's everything that we know so far.

Nike Air Force 1 Low "Flax"
Image credits: Nike

Covered from heel to toe in shaggy "Flax" suede, the sidewalls are decorated with a unique geometric pattern in white, with a Swoosh overlaid on top. The phonetic pronunciation of "Nike" adorns the heel and insole in Chinese characters, and the tongue is stitched with "The One Line," referencing the Beaverton-based brand's experimental running shoes named "The One Line" series, which was created for Chinese markets. As if that wasn't enough, this is finished off with a jade-like dubrae and comes packed within a special edition shoebox, finalizing the design.

Nike Air Force 1 Low "Flax"
Image credits: Nike

The Nike Air Force 1 Low NAI-KE "Flax" is set to release very soon exclusively in Asia. Keep it locked at Ox Street to find out the latest release information, and while you're here, you might as well check out our dedicated Air Force 1 page!

Nike Air Force 1 Low "Flax"
Image credits: Nike
Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and style. Over the past few years, he's curated features and guides for fashion publications across the globe, winning multiple awards along the way. Often travelling between the UK and Hong Kong, don't be too surprised if you find Adam anywhere else around the world taking street photography or feasting on the local delicacies.