Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘atmos’ Customs by J2

May 10, 2011 BY / 0

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The latest custom sneaker we have to show you here on Sneaker News draws inspiration from a collaboration that’s almost as old as our web presence!  The atmos x Nike Air Max 1 was released in 2007 and at the time, its combination of ‘Tiffany’-style colorway with the Air Jordan III’s Elephant print was pretty groundbreaking.  We’ve since seen hybrid models released by the hundreds and every brand seems to be borrowing these familiar Nike aesthetics, so it’s only natural to see the look pop up on a Nike Sportswear classic in the Air Force 1 Low.  These joints are quite similar to the AM1s but the addition of the translucent outsole that’s become more popular in the past few years is a nice update.  So did J2 from NT‘s hours of paint work pay off?  Click through to see more and let us know what you think about these as compared to their muse and the other customs we’ve seen in recent months.

 

 

 

 

 

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