probably wondering why G-Dragon comes first in the name but it is all about
marketing. The popular Korean pop singer Kwon Ji-yong who is more known for his
stage name ‘G-Dragon’ has collaborated with online shop PEACEMINUSONE and Nike
to come up with a special pair exclusive to Korea. G-Dragon designed a Nike Air
Force 1 and called it the “Para-Noise”.
Don’t be confused with the name yet. Let’s just call it the G-Dragon PEACEMINUSONE x Nike Air Force 1 Para-Noise. Simply put, it is a stylized Air Force 1. The black leather sneakers come with a white pebbled leather tongue, white laces, and a white outsole with what appears to be a trace of black paint.
Nike Air Force 1 Given a G-Dragon Spin
The pair by G-Dragon looks like any black Nike Air Force 1 but the black paint and the daisy applique are very noticeable. They are obviously the most distinguishing marks of the sneakers.
The shoes come in a special shoebox covered with a Hangul Nike wrapping paper. The team behind this has added decorative pins you can attach to the top eyelets.
Nike Does More Than You Can Imagine
The limited-edition Nike Air Force 1 Para-Noise by G-Dragon and PEACEMINUSONE will be available with a $200 price tag starting November 23. You can buy a pair on Nike.com or Peaceminusone.com.
We’ve been featuring several versions and limited editions Nike pairs. Aside from the G-Dragon-designed Para-Noise, you can also check out the following: Nike Doernbecher Freestyle 2019 Collection, CLOT x Nike Air Force 1 Black Silk, Nike React Infinity Run, the reimagined Nike Air Max Plus 3 Tn3, Nike KYRIE 6 Preheat Collection, Nike Air Max LEBRON VII, Nike by You Collection, Nike Shanghai Air Force 1, Nike Gamer Exclusive Sneakers, Nike Air Jordan I designs, Nike Fearless Ones, Nike ACG Zoom Terra Zaherra Shoe, Nike SpongeBob SquarePants, Nike Jordan and Travis Scott collection, and the Nike CruzrOne designed by Tinker Hatfield.
There’s also the Holy Pair known as the Nike Air Max 97 MSCHF x INRI Jesus Shoes, Nike Air Force Max II, Nike Air Force 1 ’07 Inked by Cassius Hirst for Virgil Abloh and MCA Chicago, Nike Jordan Air Jordan XXXIV, and last but not least, the Nike Stranger Things series.