November 14, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 15
The third time’s the charm, or so they say, but when your first Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke was as good as Steven Pinkerton’s Cookie Monster-inspired ‘Round 1′, it takes something special to be the winning entrant. But we haven’t seen too many Bespokes like Pinkerton’s latest, the ‘Round 3′ defined by the textures apparent on the range of premium materials making up their uppers. It starts at the toe with a Maharam fabric featring tonal green digi-camo and continues the earthy vibe with Loden green on the suede Swoosh and perforated lenticular side panels. Those same large gauge perfs are replicated on the white rear quarter that gives these a lighter feel than had they employed any other color; does this unique take on the autumn hunter vibe make for Stevens best Bespokes yet? Let us know with a comment after you look at some more photos below the jump and schedule with 21 Mercer to create your pair today. via UGS
Tags: Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke
Ugly ugly ugly he paid 800 to create these smh!!! Wow what a waste of cash the other two are much nicer
Man, if Bespoke opened their service to other styles like, Jordans, AM1's etc.... would def open their market
Instead of the white, a tan leather without the perf would have been dope. But can't knock 'em, they're nice. Good job man.
the digi camo part is DOPE but the rest is like a bad clearance GR gone wrong LMAO overall i dont like it and it doesnt mesh well together and looks like a "high end" clearance rack outlet shoe just with the nicest materials lol but hey its your shoe if ur happy who cares what i think, right?
Pachanga talks shit about everyones bespokes. Who do u think u r? Y dont u make 1? Prob can't afford it or it would b wack as hell. If u have nothing nice to say dont say anything at all!