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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Erik Senders – Part 2

May 10, 2011 BY / 0

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The Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke Experience offers more customization options than any other sneaker building process but even with all the choices available at 21 Mercer, some diehard sneakerheads choose to bring in their own personal touches.  AF1 king, Mayor, is a sufficiently frequent customer that he can get his personal graffiti-style signature embroidered onto his Bespokes and he brought a batch of his own Gore-Tex to the studio for ATF’s camo designs and now another AF1 Bespoke veteran has done something similar.  But Erik Senders‘ latest is quite a different result, an unprecedented look that in fact cannot be replicated too many more times.  That’s because the toebox and heel tab of these otherwise satiny red AF1 Bespokes is done in the Elephant printed denim as found on the inside of the Air Jordan 1 ’23/501′ Levi’s Pack.  Click through to see more details like the brass eyelets and selvage heel stripe and let us know how these compare to the best Air Force 1 Bespokes we’ve seen here on Sneaker News.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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