February 10, 2011 BY John Kim
In 2006, arguably the most iconic Nike sneaker in history turned twenty-five, and Nike presented a worthy celebration for the silver anniversary of the shoe that proudly represented the brand for years. During a special VIP-studded party for the Air Force 1 (which included notable guests like AF1-creator Bruce Kilgore, Mark Parker, and other big names in urban culture like Dave White, Jeff Staple, FUTURA, and Spike Lee), one eye-catching pair of the Air Force 1 High was spotted on the feet of big-time sneaker collector Chris Hall. It featured a sublime combination of black and elephant print in cement grey with an elephant print ankle strap to boot with Hall’s name proudly labeled on the tail-end of the straps. This leather-lined Air Force 1 High is undoubtedly one of the rarest pairs to have been created, and one size 11 just recently became available online. If you aren’t familiar with Chris Hall’s Air Force 1 High, take a look at the detailed images below and to see how much this pair sold for, check out the auction from thecoolshoeshine on eBay.
Add’l image via FRESHNESS.