Nike Air Force 1 “Supreme 2012” Customs by Peculiar Kinetics

October 25, 2012 BY / 6

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When the elephant print showed on on the Nike Air Force 1 iD earlier in the year plenty of sneaker heads, members of tour team included, to craft a pair of Uptowns in honor of the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low series of releases. Of course when that option did hit nobody could have ever guessed that Nike SB and Supreme would be getting back in bed again for an official collab later in the year. Peculiar Kinetics managed to create a model riffing off that Summer banger anyway, apparently retroactively doing over his elephant equipped Nike Air Force 1 iD. Click through for the photos of the Nike Air Force 1 “Supreme 2012” customs by Peculiar Kinetics and let us know if you approve in the comments.


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SneakerCraze
SneakerCraze

Could've done these on NikeID a few months ago....or something VERY similar.

shinobixtc
shinobixtc

Mine were also posted step-by-step on NikeTalk in the Sneaker Art thread. I didnt use a NikeID cement base. shinobixtc on Niketalk.

shinobixtc
shinobixtc

LATE (and its been done before). i did my AF1 customs when the SB Dunk released. 14 weeks ago @michaelocampo on Instagram.

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