October 21, 2011 BY John Kim / 9
The eighth completed Bespoke project from the Bespoke pop-up at Nike Harajuku surfaces today, designed by R.K. of Japan. As we’ve witnessed from previous Nike Harajuku Bespoke creations, this latest edition utilizes funky materials and opts for the high-contrast theme, as R.K. combines a rich, smooth olive-green suede with a funky two-toned beige pattern on the toe-box and center panel. Add in glossy croc-skin on the tongue label and heel-tab and you’ve got another Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke that is so very ‘Harajuku’. More angles of this Bespoke below, so take a look and let us know what you think.
Tags: Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke
THEY IIGHT BUT NOTHING CRAZY NOT NO 820$ WORTH CRAZY IF THEY DROPPED I WOULDNT COP THEM ID GIVE THEM A 4 OUTTA 10
very unsual jungle iguana patern ... I like ... nice colourway, the only thing thats bugging me is the clear sole who doesnt fit well ... thats my opinion ...
They cool but I would have gone with the cognac croc & print instead of the green and a brown transparent sole... to each their own.