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Lola Bunny Bugs Bunny Nike Air Force 1 Release

Unveiled on June 8th, the “Space Jam: A New Legacy” x NIKE, Inc. collection brings the Tune Squad to sneaker and apparel form. Although the former category includes the debut of the Nike LeBron 19, it also consists of a Nike Air Force 1 Low honoring Lola and Bugs Bunny.

Effectively a “Hare” style, the forthcoming pair doesn’t stray too far away from Bruce Kilgore’s original design. Tumbled leather across the sneaker’s upper indulges in a clean arrangement that’ll surely remind some of the current scarcity of the “White” on “White” Air Force 1 (thank you, TikTok and resellers). Akin to Air Jordan styles produced to commemorate the first film in the “Space Jam” franchise, hairy suede appears on the shoe’s profile swooshes and upper heel panels; instead of borrowing a color palette from the iconic “wabbits,” however, these components boast an eye-catching “Light Blue Fury” that matches the Tune Squad’s new uniforms. Graphics of both Lola and Bugs appear on the tongue label, while stitched-on patches complement the mid-foot branding (Lola takes the left shoe, while Bugs appears on the right one).

Enjoy official images of Grade School, Pre-School and Toddler sizes ahead, and anticipate imagery of this Air Force 1 Low for adults to surface ahead of the anticipated July 16th Nike SNKRS release.

For more from the NIKE, Inc. family, check out the Air Jordan 1 Low‘s latest colorways.

Where to Buy

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Hare”
Release Date: Jul 16th, 2021 (Friday)

Color: White/Light Blue Fury/White

Grade School: N/A
Style Code: DM3353-100

After MarketAvailable Now

North AmericaJul 16th, 2021 (Friday)

Pre-School: $N/A

Style Code: DM3355-100

North AmericaJul 16th, 2021 (Friday)

Infant & Toddler: $N/A

Style Code: DM3356-100

North AmericaJul 16th, 2021 (Friday)

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