Air Force 1 'Las Vegas' Embroidered Golden Dice on Tongue

Last updated on February 16th, 2024

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Air Force 1 'Las Vegas'PriceReleaseStyle
- pink color scheme
- golden stars as lace dubrae
- embroidered golden dice on tongue back side
N/A2024 SpringFV6150-600

Selecting a single favorite from the extensive range of hot products revealed at the Nike 2024 preview on SNKRS proved to be quite challenging. Air Max enthusiasts can anticipate the highly-anticipated arrival of the Sunder, while ACG aficionados will delight in the re-introduction of the Exploraid.

However, for the devoted Air Force 1 community, Nike has truly outdone itself with the introduction of the new "City Pack". This collection carries on the longstanding tradition of creating regionally-inspired designs that have spanned several decades.

Nike has officially announced that Shanghai, Seoul, and Las Vegas will be included in their prestigious group. The inclusion of Las Vegas shouldn't come as a shock, as the city has transformed from a hub of gambling and quick marriages to one of the rapidly expanding regions in the Western part of the United States. With American sports teams establishing their presence on the famous strip and globally significant events like the F1 Grand Prix taking place annually, Nike is now making its mark in the sneaker world with the introduction of this stylish Air Force 1 Low.

Making a bold entrance, the Vegas AF1s make a statement with their vibrant pink color scheme, reminiscent of the captivating neon lights that illuminate the strip after dark. Nike adds a touch of elegance by incorporating golden stars as lace dubrae.

Paying homage to the city's gaming heritage, the back side of the tongue showcases embroidered golden dice along with the inscription "Since '82," acknowledging the Air Force 1's inception year. Positioned just behind the heel, Nike confidently declares "Read 'em and weep," asserting that this design is a winning combination.

Stay tuned for a first detailed look at the Shanghai and Seoul pairs as Las Vegas joins the Air Force 1 "City Pack" drops in Spring 2024, making it one of the three destinations featured.