December 6, 2012 BY John Kim / 3
Every hip-hop artist’s favorite gangster’s favorite movie is Scarface, starring Al Pacino, an M16 assault rifle, and a whole lot of confectioners sugar. In 2006, Nike Sportswear released one of the most polarizing Air Force 1 colorways with the ‘Scarface’ tribute, which featured the most alternative color-blocking ever done on a sneaker. Basically the sneaker was chopped in half with a White/Black colorway, going entirely white on the lateral sides and black on the medial (even the tongue label) to match the iconic Scarface movie poster. While these don’t have the massive drawing power as some of the earlier Air Force 1s featured on Classics Revisited, these deserve a spotlight for its unique design! More of the Scarface after the jump, so take a look and let us know what you think.
Nike Air Force 1 Low
Photos: jurassicfeetxxl on eBay
Filed under: Nike Air Force 1s
You never lied, these were trash back then and the Halloween 06's had this exact same design except Black/Orange with a Michael Myers decal Damn shame I bought them I only rock that trash on Oct 31st lol bad bad concept
@420King I remember those mike myers joints too lol... even tho I don't wear too many uptowns like I used too. I guess so many drop nowadayz & now different variations wit these lunar af1s comin, da whole "lets go get a fresh pair of uptowns" line ain't as pleasin as it use to be ya kno... and I said it was round 2006/07 when af1s started gettin out of hand... and dis 30th anniversary has been horrible in my view. I am gonna grab those all white foam af1s hi & orange foam af1 lows. Not even gonna lie homie lol