Nike Air Command Force “McFly” Customs by Peculiar Kinetics
Even before the Nike MAG 2011 officially released it was a popular choice for custom palettes, and the eventual charity roll-out in September of 2011 only wedged the sneaker further into the imagination of creators worldwide. The latest guy to grab at them is Peculiar Kinetics, who has reworked the similarly tall Nike Air Command Force into a steely grey look complete with the necessary LED package, and with the help of Revive Customs (providing the sole-swap work) and Evolved Footwear (for giving these the pristine light-up glow), the ‘McFly’ identity is undeniably grasped. Stay with us to see the full treatment on this Nike Air Command Force (hoverboard not included) and drop your thoughts on the sneaker in the comments section below.
The only thing that is missing are the holes near the lining and it could have also used fat white laces.
And then they should be laced with only 4 eyelets so they are even closer to the original.
Overall the best MAG custom i have seen so far, a perfect so to do this with, because the sole of the shoe allready looks MAGish.
Also does the hight of the shoe help.
O yeah what also would've been nice is a white strap from a air force 1 through the heeltab.
I wanna buy some air force 180's myself to do this too.
Great job by Peculiar Kinetics but you gotta give props to Evolved footwear for doing the lights and Revive customs for the sole swap as well....this was a great collab by all 3 artists!
@mache275 Apparently sneakernews didn't get the memo, I made that clear to them in the description. Some people just don't respect others work, my last post on sneakernews