Cactus Plant Flea Market’s Nike Air Force 1 Low Sneaker Releases Wednesday in ‘Fuchsia’ and “Moss’

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Two of the four Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike Air Force 1 colorways teased earlier in April have been confirmed for a Wednesday release.

The “Fuchsia” and “Moss” editions of the sneaker will arrive as CPFM’s first take on the AF1 Low since 2020. The streetwear label from Cynthia Lu, who began her career by working for Pharrell, first debuted their take on the classic shoe through a customization program in 2019 with oversized “Air Sunshine” branding modeled after the Air More Uptempo. This wordmark appears once again for the two new colorways, which are rendered entirely in their namesake color, but this time with “Sunshine” wrapping across the back of the sneaker.

In addition to the “Fuchsia” and “Moss” variants, all-white and black and white colorways have also been given out to friends and family of the brand recently.

Cactus Plant Flea Market has also created to original silhouettes for Nike, the Air Flea 1 and Air Flea 2, the former of which features a hairy green upper oft compared to the grinch the latter of which bears a massive treaded sole and puffy Swoosh. The brand’s Dunk Low came covered in Swarovski crystals, and its VaporMax was a major hit as CPFM’s Nike debut.

The Cactus Plant Flea Market Air Force 1 Low in “Fuchsia” and “Moss” will release Wednesday, May 1, exclusively through the brand’s website. A Nike release for these and/or the other two colorways could eventually follow but has yet to be announced. Pricing for the sneakers is set at $150.

Cactus Plant Flea Market Nike Air Force 1 Low Fuchsia
Cactus Plant Flea Market Nike Air Force 1 Low Fuchsia
Cactus Plant Flea Market Nike Air Force 1 Low Moss
Cactus Plant Flea Market Nike Air Force 1 Low Moss

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Ian Servantes is a Senior Trending News Editor for Footwear News specializing in sneaker coverage. He’s previously reported on streetwear and sneakers at Input and Highsnobiety after beginning his career on the pop culture beat. He subscribes to the idea that “ball is life” and doesn’t fuss over his kicks getting dirty.

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