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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Regular Ol’ Ty

October 3, 2013 BY / 2

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Every once in a while the Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke experience goes on the road, setting up shop in another metropolis that Nike feels is deserving of that top tier customization process. This summer they headed out to Chicago, a stop that was taken advantage of by Regular Ol Ty of LDRS fame. The Chicago native took the opportunity to outfit his pair with a nautical, summery theme featrung Italian leather, navy canvas, patent leather, a little bit of velvet, and more. Continue reading for a better look at the pair and let us know if you appreciate the choices made on this Air Force 1.







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2 comments
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sshh2

It's cool, but nothing special. The shoe does not look like a Bespoke, more of a Nike id custom. Bespokes should really stand out!!!



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