CELEBRATING THE 40 YEARS OF GLORY
In celebrating 40 years of the Air Force 1 with Nike since 1982, a series of Nike Air Force 1, apparel and accessories are made available, especially for this particular day.
NIKE AIR FORCE 1
"COLOUR OF THE MONTH"
Got your fave colour yet? No worries. The Colour of the Month series lets you feed your need while celebrating a little-known piece of Nike history—the original Colour of the Month series, back in 1984, may have saved the AF-1 from extinction. That's right, a reissue was uncertain in the shoe's beginning, but sports shops in Baltimore saw them selling like hot cakes and knew the AF-1 would become synonymous with street fashion and culture. So, they asked for custom colourways to sell from their stores ... and the rest is history. From pristine materials to this crisp Royal Blue and white colourway, and even a shoe-cleaning toothbrush, this edition delivers a lesson in coveted off-court style. Every time you rock 'em, make sure you think of the visionary shopkeepers in Baltimore that made it all happen.
NIKE AIR FORCE 1'07 PRM
The radiance lives on with the Nike Air Force 1 ’07 Premium. Crossing hardwood comfort with off-court flair, this hoops original puts a fresh spin on what you know best: durable stitched overlays, clean finishes and the perfect amount of flash to make you shine.
atmos x F.C.R.B. Collection
atmos x F.C Real Bristol ''40th'' apparel collections is now available. In conjunction with the Nike's Air Force 1 40th Anniversary, atmos and SOPH. released an apparel collection designed for pre-season matches.
Air Fossil 4000
In conjunction with Nike Air Force 1 40th Anniversary, atmos Kuala Lumpur comes together with Edmond Looi, a local home-grown sneaker artist to celebrate this special event. Seven pairs of Nike Air Force 1 Low will be customised by Edmond Looi to celebrate Nike Air Force 1 40th Anniversary.
Each pair will be priced at RM 3,000 and customers will be able to register their interest to purchase the shoes from the 25th - 28th August 2022.
Payment links will be sent out via email to all the customers who registered and the first seven customers who managed to complete the payment will secure the pair in their desired design and size.
After the completion of payment, Edmond Looi will then proceed to execute the customisation of the Nike Air Force 1 Low based on the design option and shoe size of the customers. This process will take up to 21 days. The shoes will then be shipped out to the delivery address of the customers.
The total amount raised from the sales of the 7 pairs will all be donated to Dignity, a non-governmental organization that provides holistic care and education for urban poor children in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
All sales are final for all 7 pairs of Air Fossil 4000 by Edmond Looi. No cancellations/exchanges/returns are allowed once payment has been completed.
Terms and conditions apply
"To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the iconic Nike Air Force One, I imagined the 100th times anniversary on a timeless design AF1 in 4000 years. I constructed a fossilized logo of the Nike swoosh to show how it ages through time, environment, atmosphere, and polar shift. When underdoing different pressure and condition, the swoosh logo ages and breaks apart, forming a fossil like swoosh logo."
These are the three different designs by Edmond Looi. Customers are allowed to register their interest for only ONE design out of the 3 options in their size.
Only the first 7 customers who are able to complete the payment upon receiving the email will get the chance to purchase the pair.
To give back to the community, the total amount raised from the sales of all 7 pairs will be donated to Dignity, a non-governmental organization that provides holistic care and education for urban poor children in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Their work began in 1998.
Through the outreach of New Covenant Community Church, Rev. Elisha Satvinder and his wife Petrina, the founders, quickly discovered many underprivileged families in the Sentul area. Concerned over the welfare of the poor in the area, the church began to reach out to the community through basic home improvement services, grocery distribution, arrangement of free medical check-ups, raising support for school supplies, job placements and counselling.They quickly realized that with the limited resources and man-power at their disposal, this work, while helpful, would not have the lasting impact they so wanted to see. Believing that quality education was the key to breaking the cycle of poverty, the efforts of the program began to consolidate and focus solely on education.