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NIKE AIR FORCE 1 BESPOKE The Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke is a supreme-grade custom Nike Air Force 1. It can be purchased exclusively from Nike Sportswear at 21 Mercer, with design appointments done in-house. The Air Force 1 Bespoke is priced at $820 and completely customizable, with a wide array of exotic materials and colors available for use.

Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “David Robinson” by Layupshot

August 24th, 2012 by | 3 comments

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Nike Sportswear recently paid a worthy tribute to David Robinson and his Olympic achievements with the Nike Sportswear ‘Make A Statement’ campaign, which featured the awesome NSW Destroyer jacket. It appears that some fans out there are just as hardcore with the love for the Admiral as we get a first look at this amazing Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke done by the same folks who whipped up that Paul Pierce Bespoke design; it features a tonal black upper (seriously, when will you ever see that again on a Bespoke) with some amazing details like the 50 number stitched on the heels and ’10′ on the tongue – perhaps a notation of Robinson’s 10 NBA All-Star selections. Safari print on the heel adds a nice touch as well. More of this Bespoke creation below, so give it a look and let us know what you think!

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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Paul Pierce” By Layupshot

August 24th, 2012 by | 6 comments

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Is the time honored New York/Boston rivalry manifesting itself in sneakers now, with Paul Pierce crafting up his own Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke design to contend with the likes of that Knicks flavored Amare Stoudemire pair? Not exactly, the one you’re looking at here was actually cooked up by a third party in homage of Pierce and the Celtics squad, the design littered with little details that fully exercise the extent of the Bespoke process. Besides the obvious green and white combo the sneaker also boasts a cork midsole for a hardwood look, his initials and number, and a few other kinda cryptic details. Stay with us after the jump to get all of the Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke ‘Paul Pierce’ by Lastshot and let us know if you think these are worth the $800 entry fee.

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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Danny Kass – Part II

August 23rd, 2012 by | 4 comments

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The most recent Nike signature athlete to get in the Air Force 1 Bespoke game is action sports aficionado Danny Kass, who showed off his 1-of-1 Forces yesterday. That snazzy pair featured a black/white floral-like print on the upper with a pecan brown midsole and a hot orange outsole, but based on this latest image from Kass himself, it appears that Kass received not one, but two Bespokes; this second version is a slightly altered version of the one we showed you yesterday, as it features a suede brown toe as well as a light orange Swoosh on the upper. Whether it’s the simple perk of being of Nike-branded athlete or he just couldn’t settle on one design, Kass’ Bespoke is one of the best we’ve seen yet. Which of the two do you prefer? Check out a full shot of Part II below and let us know.

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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Danny Kass

August 22nd, 2012 by | 3 comments

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While Danny Kass is indeed a critical member of the Nike snowboarding division you can’t exactly expect the guy to clunk around all day in snowboard boots. When he’s not strapped into a board and bindings Kass apparently does stick with the Swoosh though, recently swinging by 21 Mercer to flex his design skills with the Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke process. And it appears that his status as a Nike athlete just might have afforded him some special privileges as the Bespoke creation looks to be treated with a never before seen floral print on the upper. Let us know what you think of this early look at Kass’ Nike Air Force 1 Low Bespoke and stick with us in the event that more photos arrive.

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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “STAT: Always On” – Available on eBay

July 27th, 2012 by | 3 comments

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In late 2011, Nike Sportswear at 21 Mercer hosted a special event with New York Knicks star Amare Stoudemire for a Nike Sportswear: Always On campaign; during the event NSW unveiled a sick pair of Bespokes made for STAT, inspired by Amare’s new signature shoe with Nike – the Air Max Sweep Thru. NSW then went on to give away a small number of pairs through a Twitter-based giveaway, but it appears that one of the lucky recipients has decided to part ways with the specially-made pair of Bespokes. These should definitely tickle fancy for any NYK fan, so check out the images below and if you’re ready to throw down the loot, move on to the listing from danposite on eBay.

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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Johnny Balle

July 25th, 2012 by | 3 comments

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Last time someone from Sweden’s SneakersNStuff headed to New York to create a Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke design, they provided the world with a video tour of the 21 Mercer Bespoke experience.  No such clip this time around but the visuals might be even better as Johnny Balle’s Bespokes come through with one of the more luxurious styles on record.  Crafted entirely in a rustic waxed leather, these add more golden tones on the sockliner and gumsole, ivory laces hinting at the rare quality on display.  Click through to see Johnny’s custom handstyle etched into the heel tab, let us know how these compare to SNS’s earlier Bespokes and head contact the Nike Sportswear flagship store to set an appointment of your own.

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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke “Kitchen Sink” by Stolen Goods

June 20th, 2012 by | 19 comments

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This latest Air Force 1 Bespoke design isn’t as random as the nickname states. The creative team from The Valkyrie Collective recently stopped in to Nike’s 21 Mercer to create a Bespoke Air Force 1 to celebrate the launch of all their brands and grand opening of their Long Island based pop-up shop. For three years, the crew had trouble deciding on an original concept for their design, feeling as if they had already seen “everything but the kitchen sink.” They eventually decided to channel an actual “kitchen sink” in their design by selecting colors and materials that would resemble items one would regularly find around a kitchen sink. The mix of materials like suede, metallic patent leather, lenticular TPU film, cork, and canvas have been put together in a nice clean color scheme that alludes to a sink, with dish detergent, plates, and other kitchen-specific imagery in mind.

In addition to the more literal translation of the theme, the designers’ goal here was to create a sneaker which symbolically represents all the good ideas that got scrapped, and all the bad ideas that went to production; a living history of sneakers in AF1 form. The sneaker world has been through it all: from retro-ing retros to going both forward and back to the future, just about everything but the kitchen sink. Now we can cross that one off the list as well as Stolen Goods presents you with “The Kitchen Sink” Air Force 1 Bespoke.  There are more looks at this creative concoction below, so take a look and be sure to hit up Nike Sportswear at 21 Mercer if you’d like to put your own personal Bespoke spin on the iconic Nike Air Force 1.

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