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The AMBUSH x Nike Air Force 1 Low Surfaces in "Game Royal"

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Adam Cheung
November 3, 2022

The fourth colorway in the collection.

Back in September, Yoon Ahn took to Instagram to tease her upcoming AMBUSH x Nike Air Force 1 Low collection. Made to celebrate the classic basketball shoe's 40th anniversary, it was revealed in three colorways, including the "Chicago," "Triple Black," and "Triple White." Now, as its rumored release date looms closer and closer, we're  taking our very first look at the AMBUSH x Nike Air Force 1 Low "Game Royal," and it is definitely the most eye-catching of the pack.

AMBUSH x Nike Air Force 1 Low "Game Royal"
Image credits: knowing_kicks

Featuring a premium all-leather construction, this AF1 is painted in a bold "Game Royal" color scheme while striking "Yellow" accents make their way throughout. Borrowing several elements from AMBUSH's Dunk High collection from last year, the Swooshes shoot right past the back for a motorcycle-inspired aesthetic, while the heel clip also makes a comeback here, complete with AMBUSH branding in all caps. On top of this, the lace dubrae has been 3D-printed for this release, which is something that we rarely ever seen, especially from a collab of this caliber.

Image credits: knowing_kicks

Expected to drop before the end of the year, the AMBUSH x Nike Air Force 1 Low "Game Royal" should not be missed. If you want a pair in your collection, these will be available on Ox Street's dedicated Air Force 1 page in the coming months, so keep it locked!

AMBUSH x Nike Air Force 1 Low "Game Royal"
Image credits: knowing_kicks
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.