K-Pop Star G-Dragon Set To Release Second “Para-noise” Nike Air Force 1
KPop stars are taking over yet another sphere in pop culture, and we are excited about this link. Sneaker collaborations are some of the hottest partnerships in fashion right now, and G-Dragon landed his second.
G-Dragon is one of the most prominent faces in the KPop game and is the perfect collaborator for a stylish sneaker. The KPop star will soon have two Nike sneaker collaborations in his fashion roster.
The BigBang lead’s Nike Air Force 1 is designed in the traditional white colorway and black paint streaks. This unique design will go on sale on November 25, just in time for the holiday gift shopping period.
Make Some Noise
Nike released G-Dragon’s first Para-Noise Air Force 1’s last year in a black upper and white sole colorway. The Para-Noise sneaker collaboration did exceptionally well in sales and had a high resale value.
This year’s drop borrows from the first design but offers an inverse of the original shoe’s colorway. Fans will have to rush to get their hands on a pair of the next drop of these stylish sneakers at retail prices.
Nike dropped images of the second Para-noise shoes and a brief rundown on the shoe design inspiration. The paint brushed silhouette has all of the signature details seen in the first shoe and will sell for $200.
“Even though everything is uncertain these days, we shouldn’t stop expressing ourselves as the way we are, and creating our own world,”
G Dragon sees this new colorway as a fresh take on self-expression through one’s journey in their shoes. This painted upper also wears off over time, making each pair more unique the more you wear them.
More Exciting Release Information
This collaborative effort will be available globally through the Nike website. The low top design’s sizes aren’t available yet, so potential purchasers should keep an eye out for their sizes online.
This fashion news also comes at a peak for G-Dragon who’s rumored to be working on new music. His record company recently confirmed that he’s been working on a new solo comeback album due next year.