Tiffany & Co. x Nike Friends & Family Version

No worries if you missed out on the Tiffany & Co.’s Nike Air Force 1 Low raffle a couple of days ago ‒ there is another version of the exclusive sneakers dropping soon. Known as the Friends & Family version, the premium shoes greet sneakerheads with an alternate colourway that features the luxury brand’s signature blue hue. 

The design

ICYMI, the original Tiffany & Co.’s Nike Force 1 Low is made with premium black suede on the upper, alongside Nike’s iconic tick in blue tumbled leather. 

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However, the Friends & Family version features a completely reversed look ‒ including the material and colours. This means the sneakers’ upper has been swapped for blue tumbled leather, and features Nike’s swoosh in premium black suede instead. 

Apart from the inverted colourways, notable differences include the white midsole and blue rubber soles.


On the other hand, familiar details include the metal plaque of Tiffany & Co.’s logo and Nike Air logo on the heel tab, and a cursive “Tiffany” lettering on the tongue. It is also revealed that this pair of sneakers comes with blue and yellow laces for you to switch out the black ones according to your mood and styling. 

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Sorry to disappoint, but the original Tiffany-coloured shoe box has also been replaced with Nike’s traditional orange box. But it still retains its unique look with the interior of the shoe box, which is completed with Tiffany & Co.’s signature blue and Nike’s swoosh in white so you still get that luxury branding. 

The Tiffany & Co. x Nike Friends & Family Version Is A Bold Alternative For Sneakerheads

As much as we’d love to share the exact release date of the Friends & Family version, both Tiffany & Co. and Nike have yet to announce any more deets. Since the original version of Tiffany & Co. x Nike Air Force 1 Low retails at USD$400 (~S$542), it is expected that the price would be around the same for this version too. 

In the meantime, check out these sofas and tables made out of Nike shoe boxes

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