Nike is gearing up to release a brand new pack of sneakers inspired by the city of Chicago that are covered in tie-dye.

The colorful collection will feature an Air Force 1 Low alongside an Air Max 97. The Air Force 1 Low is the more colorful of the duo with its entire canvas upper being covered in rainbow-colored tie-dye. Details include a special blue and red tongue tag inspired by the Chicago flag, a Chicago skyline logo stamped on each heel tab, peace sign on each insole, and icy outsoles. The look is very similar to a custom pair of Travis Scott x Air Force 1s recently spotted on LeBron James at the NBA Summer League this past weekend. 

For the Air Max 97, Nike opted for a tie-dye canvas upper with white leather overlays. Windy City-inspired hits on the tongue, heel tab, and insole similar to those used on the Air Force 1 Low complete the design.

An exact release date for the Nike "Tie-Dye/Chicago" pack has yet to be announced. In the mean time, check out official images of each pair below. 

Nike Air Force 1 Low "Tie-Dye/Chicago"
Style #: CK0838-100

Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Tie-Dye/Chicago' CK0838-100 (Lateral)
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Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Tie-Dye/Chicago' CK0838-100 (Top)
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Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Tie-Dye/Chicago' CK0838-100 (Heel)
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Nike Air Max 97 "Tie-Dye/Chicago" 
Style #: CK0839-100

Nike Air Max 97 'Tie-Dye/Chicago' CK0839-100 (Pair)
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Nike Air Max 97 'Tie-Dye/Chicago' CK0839-100 (Lateral)
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Nike Air Max 97 'Tie-Dye/Chicago' CK0839-100 (Top)
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Nike Air Max 97 'Tie-Dye/Chicago' CK0839-100 (Heel)
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