January 22, 2009 BY Sneaker News
If you are a true Air Force 1 King, then you certainly love the almighty AF1 Hi. Seemingly kept as a rarity, hi-top forces are seldom seen either on the shelves or on peoples’ feet. This means that when Nike does sneak a grand daddy hi in the mix, they better come correct or purists will be buggin! Well folks, Nike certainly got it right with this release. What you see pictured above is the long awaited Nike AF1 Hi Supreme in Neutral Grey and White. Seen before on Flight Club, this gem is now available at select retailers. This release will be limited to NSW accounts only as mentioned before on SneakerNews with only 1 size run per door landing.
Reminiscent of the Grey One’s AF1 Hi from 2004 this supreme makes perfect use of texture, grey tones, and clean white. With tucked and seamless edges, attention is drawn to the use of super-supple neutral grey nubuck – no durabuck here folks, supreme all the way! A charcoal grey tongue with anthracite nylon piping and tongue tag set off the contrast as a white outsole and full grain leather swoosh round out the shoe for perfect balance. But wait, it gets better! Laser etched elephant print drapes the shoe in a descending matrix-code-like fashion; a first in AF1 history when it comes to the use of elephant print. As if all these goodies weren’t enough, Nike adorns this masterpiece with a set of grey supreme laces, adds a set of regular white laces, and greets your feet with leather insoles. via GourmetKickz
Color: Neutral Grey / White
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