After releasing several versions of its own Dunk High throughout last year, Ambush and Nike have joined forces yet again for a new sneaker collab.
Yoon Ahn of Ambush previewed today her forthcoming collab on the Nike Air Adjust Force, a retro basketball model that first hit the market in the mid-1990s.
This collaborative iteration of the shoe dons a predominantly black color scheme, while contrasting white hits appear on the Swoosh branding on the sides, tongue, and forefoot. The silhouette’s standout element is the removable shroud at the midfoot, which sports purple and pink accents on the side panels. Previous teasers show an outsole that appears to use Nike Grind rubber.
Despite the early look from Ahn, release details for this Ambush x Nike Air Adjust Force collab have yet to be announced by either of the parties involved, but we’ll keep you updated if anything changes.
UPDATE (08/04): After months have passed since the initial teaser from Ahn, a release date for Ambush’s Nike Air Adjust Forces has officially been announced. Both the “Summit White” and “Psychic Purple” colorways of the collabs are dropping on Aug. 19 via SNKRS for $210 each.