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Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Python” Customs by 368Sneakers

July 25th, 2013 by / 3

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Python material has skyrocketed in popularity thanks to the Yeezy 2 and all of JBF’s chopped up Air Jordan customs. But the Air Force 1 was the originator of the custom push in the 21st century when folks took basic white-on-whites and added just a touch of detail on the toe-box or Swoosh (don’t lie – you had fugazi Gucci Forces), but we’ve never seen one go full snake Python like this one by 368sneakers. These all-white Nike Air Force 1 Mids go full snake here, with golden embroidery on the strap and heel (which reads Tom and Jerry) for that high-end purse look. We’ve got a nice high-def gallery for you below, so take a look and let us know what you think of these Python Forces in the comments below.

 

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