November 30, 2011 BY John Kim / 27
It may be redundant to say that the Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke experience is unlike any other sneaker customization experience out there. We’ve seen quite a load of Bespoke creations over the last two years, and with some limited sneakers like the Air Jordan XIII ‘Ray Allen’, Parra x Patta x Air Max 1, and LeBron 8 ‘Miami Nights’ and ‘South Beach’ reaching upwards of $1,000, the Bespoke seems like the more sensible purchase. PHANTACi of Taiwan, who we all know has a thing for creating sick colorways (that Green Hornet x New Balance MT580 and Air Max 1 ‘Grand Piano’ are just a couple of examples), used Planet 257248 as its Bespoke inspiration; the planet, discovered in Taiwan in 2009, was named ‘Chouchiehlun’ after Jay Chou, the Taiwanese singer and actor. Featuring a tonal metallic silver upper with blue contrast stitching, black inner lining, a fully-translucent sole, and ‘Chouchiehlun’ stitched on the heels, this Bespoke is (no pun intended) out of this world. Check out the detailed shots below and stick with Sneaker News for more Bespoke updates!
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daaaammmmmmmmnnnnnn!! these are probably my favorite af1s as of now, why can't they general release this kind of stuff
THESE IS CRAZYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY DOPE!! Yo, if ya ever seen that episode of spongebob where him and squidward get trapped in a time machine and they go to the future and everythings all shiny.......these look like that I NEEDS THESE!!!!!!!