February 3, 2012 BY Brendan Dunne / 4
Some of the best Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke creations are the ones that hold some sentimental value, after all if you’re going to spend $800 on a pair of sneakers they’d better mean something special to you. Ryan Chapman’s engagement design was a pretty good example of that, as is Jason Curtin’s ‘Bone Rack’ pair shown here. Dedicated to his late grandfather ‘Bone Rack’ who served time in the Marines, the pair looks to elevate his legacy of service through its design. A few nods to the man’s medals are incorporated, with the silver star etching on back and the purple heart icon on the dubrae. The remainder of the upper keeps it clean in a solidly blocked navy colorway, going for denim and suede in a pretty premium look. Follow us after the jump for the full shots of the Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke ‘Bone Rack’ by Jason Curtin and let us know in the comments if you’re cooking up any special designs for a possible trip to 21 Mercer. via UGSoles
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This might be my favorite BESPOKE design yet, The strawberry BESPOKE were nice, but these kicks are doper than the Real Ricky Ross, ROSAY! That tongue with the denim logo tag is cray! I like the colorway incorporated in the insole that symbolize the medals. One of the dopest denim sneakers with lush suede i've seen so far. Good Investment.
these should be issued to all purple heart and bronze star recipients and i'm only saying that cause i received a purple heart =)