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Nike Air Force 1 Low Bespoke by Montonari Mikiya

November 14, 2009 BY / 0

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The latest Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke is so shiny and slick looking, people will either think they’re wet or covered in lacquer.  Designed by Montonari Mikiya, these Bespokes use a black mix of shiny croc leather, patent leather, plus nubuck on the tongue and a Loopwheeler fleece lining.  The rear croc sections make for a sort of friendly fight with the clashing cuts through cement grey elephant print Swooshes.  Add a bright yellow MX sole and matching laces and these cannot be ignored.  Make your own statement with an appointment at 21 Mercer Street’s Bespoke lab.

Nike Sportswear
21 Mercer Street | Map
New York, NY 10013
TEL #: 212-226-5433

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