Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Linen x Sakura” by P. Nguyen

October 24, 2012 BY / 3

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We’ve mentioned time and time again that $800+ in materials and colors for the Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke won’t always result in a prized package. In fact, we’ve seen more “misses” than “hits” simply due to the overcomplicated and mismanaged compositions, but can you really blame anyone for wanting to get the best bang for buck? It’s best to enter the Bespoke experience with a concept already in mind, like what P. Nguyen did with this exceptionally clean design; combining the base designs of what are arguably the two greatest Air Force 1s of all-time, he used the legendary ‘Linen‘ colorway and added a few touches of ‘Sakura Ueno‘ with the flower lasering on the heel-tab and the tongue-tag, and adds a bit of a twist with the suede upper. This impressively done hybrid is available for viewing below, so take a look and let us know what you think.

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RDZY
RDZY

this is genius i just hope people dont kill this "fusion" idea like they did with the south beach colorway

420King
420King

Applause from the Peaut Gallery,  these are in the top 5 Bespokes I have ever seen.  The article is correct most bespokes look like hot gar

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