Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Nagata
It’s not uncommon to see someone craft a tribute sneaker with their Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke experience, using the Uptown silhouette to create a nod to a previous Swoosh banger. That appears to be the aim taken by Nagata here, who designed this gum-bottomed Nike Air Force 1 Low. The pair is shown next to a vintage Nike catalog featuring a sneaker that looks close to the likes of the Nike Daybreak, but 21 Mercer hasn’t provided any background info at this point. Tell us if you think this was a good use of the Bespoke program and stay tuned to see what comes out of the studio next.
We all got different taste, and I respect that. But some of yall are missing the point. That person is clearly a fan of the Nike Daybreak, and that was probably the only way they could get that color scheme on an AF1. And it came out very well, in my opinion. The end result is a lot better than I can say about a lot of other people's work, honestly.
Granted, these are relatively simplistic, but it was executed quite tastefully enough to turn some heads. I'm a brokeass dude myself, but if I had 900 bucks to blow on a Bespoke, I would do something understated too. I would. But that's just me. I'm just not a fan of the ridiculous stuff, but it's there for you if you can afford it.
And $900?!?!?! FRUCK THAT. $90? Hell yeah, you've got a winner. $900? Hell yeah, you've got a cancer in your brain that needs to be removed. It's a clean shoe, don't get me wrong, but that's ridiculous. Ah, to each his own though.
I find it funny that this person spent $900 for such a simple bespoke. but maybe he/she loves the OG runners that much. you know? and so well done !
@baby gerald lol sarcasm?