Yep, another odd Nike collaboration! This time with the Beverly Hills Sushi Club. That’s right, Nike has teamed up with famous Japanese Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Chris Stamp’s uber exclusive foodie and art community to create 30 pairs of the limited edition sneakers.
Nike Sushi Force Ones
The BHSC (Beverly Hills Sushi Club) worked together with Nike to create 30 exclusive pairs of the ‘Sushi Force Ones’ in celebration of their next collection.
The BHSC is a community celebrating the elegant simplicity of quality food and art founded by Chef Nobu Matshisa and Chris Stamp in 2021. Their aim was to create an inclusive world catered towards like-minded individuals who wish to further immerse themselves in the lifestyle of culinary art.
The Nike Sushi Force Ones are basically Nike’s traditional low “Triple White” Air Force 1 sneakers with BHSC branding.
The all white sneakers with the swoosh have the Beverly Hills Sushi Club Logo laser etched at back heel and insole as well as a BHSC tonal woven label at tongue.
The laces have Stampd / Matsuhisa branding on them with a White / Grey ‘SF1’ lace lock.
Should you want to dress them up, the BHSC also sells Sushi Force-1 14k white gold and diamond lace locks (aka dubrae) weighing a 1ct total weight and made by Greg Yuna.
To be notified as to when the exclusive shoes, which cost $195 a pair, will become available, visit the Sushi Club site here.