September 5, 2012 BY John Kim / 1
It’s gotten pretty clear why the same names keep popping up in Classics Revisited collaborations. atmos, mita, Stash, Parra – these units of creativity are all responsible for building up that ‘specialty sneaker’ genre that made the sneaker game what it is today. Japan-based atmos continues to play a major role today with ongoing sneaker collaborations with various brands as well as a retail presence in multiple spots in the world, but it might’ve started with their Air Force 1 Low colorway of 2001. It’s about as basic as an Air Force 1 Low can get – a two-toned colorway in a history Navy/Grey ‘Georgetown’ colorway – but credit the amazing leather materials and the rather hidden surprise in the green insole to give these that kick. The atmos x Nike Air Force 1 Low is considered by many as one of the greatest AF1s of all-time, and considering the simplicity has yet to be duplicated in the same manner, these will continue to hold onto that distinction. More of the atmos x Air Force 1 Low is just ahead!
Atmos x Nike Air Force 1
Medium Grey/Twilight Blue
Filed under: Nike Air Force 1s