Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Larry Luk

August 2, 2010 BY

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The Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke Experience provides the most thorough sneaker customization process ever created, but for some, it allows a home-made concept come to life in the form of a classic pair of shoes. Such was the case with Larry Luk, who used the idea of “Love & War”, an approach that also serves as the design foundation of his clothing line labeled We Are The Process. The contrasting behavior of emotions of love and war can be clearly seen in the design concept of Luk’s Air Force 1 Bespoke, which utilizes a black/red/grey colorway and the use of waterproof black denim, stamped leather, patent leather, rubberized leather, and kevlar in an impeccable package that emanates the polar-opposite motif Larry had his heart set on from the start. The Sneaker News crew had a chance to meet Larry during a recent trip to New York City and though it was a pleasure to meet him then, we can’t help to feel a slight twinge of jealousy now. Continue reading for a look at Larry’s entire Air Force 1 Bespoke Experience, as well as the final product, and let us know what you think of his creation. via Standard.

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