With her first collaboration with Nike, Yoon Ahn honored both the Air Max 180 and the Air Zoom Flight, combining the two together for something new yet still so close to the designer. For her next assignment, Yoon is bringing back one more classic: the Air Adjust Force.
Originally released back in the year 1996, the Air Adjust Force is primarily a basketball silhouette that comes with interchangeable straps, the selection deep with numerous team colors. Though having a great demand for it, the pair never saw a retro release in the last 20 years, which is however soon going to change as AMBUSH is all set to bring the classics back to the audience.
The AMBUSH x Nike Air Adjust Force was firstly teased by Yoon on her visit to the Nike HQ. The pair is a subtle mix of neutrals, where Black runs replete through most of the construction, hitting on both the upper as well as the midsole. White, then elevates various branding, specifically the “AMBUSH” hit along the heel and the check embedded into the side. Additionally, grind rubbers are built onto the outsole ensuring further progress in Swoosh’s “Move to Zero” efforts. What’s missing from the founder’s pair, though, is the strap itself, which will hopefully be revealed sometime soon.
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