Original Story (10/26/20): Nike has steadily been bringing back some of their co.JP releases from the early ’00s. Following the news of the “I Believe” Air Force 1s return, we now have news of another classic Japan-exclusive Air Force 1 making a comeback.

In 2001, Nike released the Air Force 1 B series consisting of a green “Hong Kong” colorway, a work boot-inspired “Wheat” colorway, and one dressed in reflective material and snakeskin. The “Hong Kong” made its return in 2018, while the “Wheat” returned earlier this month. The retro of the trio will soon be complete as the “Reflective Snakeskin” colorway is now making its return.

The Air Force 1 B “Reflective Snakeskin” brought together reflective paneling and snakeskin accents. The soft black leather was blended with reflective overlays along with snakeskin Swooshes. The return of the 2001 classic will arrive in the similar design as the OG release. Based on first look photos, there are some minor changes to the materials like a lighter Snakeskin Swoosh and a different textured leather.

Grab an in-hand look at the Nike Air Force 1 B “Reflective Snakeskin” down below and look for them to release in early 2021. As always, keep it locked to Modern Notoriety for updates on this release.

Nike Air Force 1 “Silver Snake”
Style Code: DJ6033-001
Color: Black/Silver-White
Release Date: January 28, 2021 (Global)
Release Date: February 11, 2021 (US)
Price: $130 USD

Update (01/14/21): Officially called the “Silver Snake,” this Air Force 1 will launch globally on January 28th, though its US SNKRS release is delayed until February 11th. Retail price is $130 USD.

Update (01/13/21): Official images of the 2021 Nike Air Force 1 B “Reflective Snakeskin” (aka “3M Snake”) are here. Retailers in the Asia-Pacific region are reporting a January 28th release, though it is yet to be seen if that is a global release date.

First look photos via solebyjc:

2001 co.JP Nike Air Force 1 B series:


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