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G-Dragon Teases an Unreleased Peaceminusone x Nike Air Force 1 ‘Para-noise’ Collab in Red

The Peaceminusone x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Para-noise” has surfaced in an unreleased colorway thanks to the shoe’s collaborator, G-Dragon.

The K-Pop superstar shared an image on Instagram this week of his highly anticipated collab in a bold new red colorway. The look is executed with various shades of red donning the leather upper while contrasting white accents appear in the form of the shoelaces, the daisy logo on the tongue, and the Swoosh on the sides. The look is completed with a white Air-cushioned midsole and a matching outsole.

At the time of press, the Swoosh and G-Dragon have not announced that this red colorway of their Peaceminusone x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Para-noise” is releasing.

For fans who are interested in buying the Peaceminusone x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Para-noise” collab, the shoe is releasing in a white iteration this Wednesday. The upper appears to feature a white-based upper but when worn, the paint chips away revealing a multi-colored design created by G-Dragon. Adding contrast is the fashion label’s flower logo on the tongue, thick black shoelaces, and matching Swoosh branding.

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The white colorway of G-Dragon’s Peaceminusone x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Para-noise” collab will be released on the SNKRS app and at select Nike retailers this Wednesday. The shoe will come with a $200 price tag.

G-Dragon x Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Para-noise' Collaboration
G-Dragon’s Nike Air Force 1 Low “Para-noise” collab in the white colorway.
CREDIT: Nike
G-Dragon x Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Para-noise' Collaboration
A top view of G-Dragon’s Nike Air Force 1 Low “Para-noise” collab in the white colorway.
CREDIT: Nike
G-Dragon x Nike Air Force 1 Low 'Para-noise' Collaboration
G-Dragon’s Nike Air Force 1 Low “Para-noise” collab in the white colorway.
CREDIT: Nike
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