August 23, 2011 BY John Kim / 8 c
Earlier this year Sneaker News showed you the Nike Air Force 1 High Promo sample made for Chris Hall, a frequent collaborator and contributor to the sneaker game. He’s designed shoes for Timberland and Rocawear, helped pick colorways for a few Supreme x Nike collaborations, and even assisted Nike with the brands archives, so you can tell that he deserved these sick Air Force 1 Highs! Here’s a look at a ‘reverse’ colorway of that basic two-toned Air Force 1 High – this time in Cement Grey with elephant print on the toe and heel in a full-grain leather construction; it combines two of classic tones from the Air Jordan III (perhaps the muse behind both of Chris Hall’s samples) and features his name stitched on labels on the ankle straps. Check out the detailed gallery of this rare Air Force 1 High after the jump and if you want to add these gems to your collection, hit up the auction from lo71 on eBay.
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this is absolute GARBAGE and anyone who agrees with this post. Shame on Nike for adding an ICONIC feature on a shoe that doesn't even come close to its origin. BLASPHEMY!!!