Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke ‘Dom Perignon’ & ‘Dutch Master’ By Slovadon

October 27, 2011 BY

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Of the hundreds of Air Force 1 Bespokes we’ve seen, how many were directly inspired by consumer products? Joshua Slovin recently received not one, but two Bespoke creations he designed, one inspired by the high-end champagne Dom Perignon, and the other by Dutch Masters, which are easily attainable at any corner bodega. For the Dom Perignon design, Joshua imitated the luxurious bottle design, with custom heeltabs that print ‘Vintage 1984’, a likely call-out to Slovin’s birth year. The Dutch Master has a bit more of a rustic colorway, with an oat and brown upper mimicking the Dutch Masters box. Which of the two do you like better? Do you relate more to Dom Perignon, or to Dutch Masters? Check out the gallery below and let us know what you think.

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