December 7, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 8
The range of materials and colors available in the Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke experience is downright flabbergasting, but here’s one look that even Nike Sportswear’s New York City flagship can’t match. Despite the fact that Dee & Rickey recently secured a sneaker collabo, we’ve never seen anything quite like these Nike Air Force 1 ‘Brick & Mortar’ customs. Are they an allusion to the creator’s allegiances to a Masonic lodge, evidence he played a whole buncha Super Mario Bros. as a youngster or just a unique new addition to the ever growing history of personalized sneaker design? That’s up for you to decide, and it’ll be easier to make your judgment when you click through for a bunch of additional photos. Would you pick up a pair for just over a quarter of the price for a new Bespoke AF1? via Impeccable
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Dont get me wrong but those are nothing special, i dont really see any crazy skill that it would take to make those. Once again im not trying to hate but really lets look at the kicks for what they are, a bunch of paralleled lines made with a woodburner and then painted red and black on top. I think he could have done a much better job if he gave the bricks dimension and a little more color variation like the brinks in the background of the picture.
Thanks Scoop! These are crazy in person, they will b on display at our sneaker con NYC table, come by and say whats up!
Nike Air Force 1 Low LV8 “Python” Pack – Available by John Kim 3 Comments