Our sources have confirmed that Drake and Nike are collaborating once again. This time around, we will see the Drake x Nike Air Force 1 ‘Certified Lover Boy’ release in 2022.
Drake’s Nike Air Force 1 Low will come dressed in ‘Triple White.’ Constructed with tumbled leather, the pair will replace the standard ‘AIR’ on the midsole with the cursive ‘Love You Forever,’ a tribute to his album. Finishing the look, Nike replaces the stars on the lower part of the outsole and heel with hearts.
We can also confirm that there will be a full OVO x Nike apparel line.
Drake NOCTA Nike Air Force 1 Low Certified Lover Boy Release Details
A release date for Drake’s NOCTA x Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Certified Lover Boy’ is scheduled for December 5th at NOCTA.COM and December 8th via SNKRS. The retail price is $160. Below, you can check out more photos that will give you a closer look.
Color: White/White-Cobalt Tint-White
Release Date: December 8, 2022
Style Code: CZ8065-100
Where to Buy
Update (12/4): Drake’s NOCTA x Nike Air Force 1 Low will release on December 5th at Nocta.com and via SNKRS on December 8th for $160.
Update (11/3): Drake’s NOCTA x Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Certified Lover Boy’ is expected to launch on December 2nd for $160.
Update (3/8): New photos and an on-feet look at Drake’s NOCTA Air Force 1 ‘Certified Lover Boy’ via knowing_kicks. Currently, a release date is unknown.
Drake NOCTA Nike Air Force 1 Certified Lover Boy On-Feet
Update (3/7): We now have a detailed look at Drake’s NOCTA x Nike Air Force 1 ‘Certified Lover Boy’ via Private Selection.
Update 2/28: We now have new photos of Drake’s NOCTA x Nike Air Force 1 ‘Certified Lover Boy’ via zsneakerheadz. There have been conflicting reports with some stating the release has been scrapped, but others have stated the shoes will still release. As soon as we have more information, we will make sure to update you.
Update (2/3): What was expected to release in 2021, Drake’s Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Certified Lover Boy’ release has been canceled. Information comes from Sneaker History, which claims that the hearts on the outsole were too hard to mass-produce. If new information becomes available, we will make sure to update you.
Images: Levi Bent Lee, ovrnundr.io
Thanks to zsneakerheadz for putting together this photoshop of the OVO x Nike Air Force 1.