Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Strick’
Earlier this month Sneaker News gave you a look at a special pair of the Nike Air Force 1 Low in a classic white-on-white with a gum outsole. A further detailed look at the sneaker revealed some interesting details, like the ‘Finish Your Breakfast’ tongue labels and molded leather logos on the heel, which spell out ‘Franchise’ – a tribute to the legendary NYC street-baller John ‘Franchise’ Strickland who passed away in October of 2010. These John Strickland specialties will release this October to commemorate the one-year anniversary of Strickland’s passing, and will be available at select Nike Sportswear retailers. Continue reading for another look at this special pair of kicks and let us know what you think.
I've had these for about 2 1/2 months now trust me there FIRE! the leather is crazy nice not some regular GR crap but SN fix your post man thats crazy how you gonna write he died in 2012 smh
Very nice AF1 but if the guy isn't going to die until October 2012, at least wait til dude has passed before you release the comemorative cw....
oh and another thing SN, Mr. John Franchise Strickland died in Oct. 2011 not "Oct. 2012".....I just thought about that, Oct. 2012 isn't even here yet smh, get it together SN!
All they did was put the "Breakfast" stamp on a pair of white gum bottom AF1's..All the old sneaker heads know that gum bottom AF1's are timeless classsic!