December 6, 2011 BY Aaron Hope
‘TY’ has become synonymous with expressing gratitude in this world of tweets and TXT messages, and we’re betting the guy whose initials share those letters is pleased with his output from the Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke Experience’s latest tour of Tokyo, Japan. T.Y.’s AF1 Bespokes don’t bear his name as many others have, the only lettering on these reserved for ‘AF-1’ on the tongue and what looks like an abbreviation for his home country on the right heel tab. This relative lack of text ensures your attention is directed to the black magic patent leather that makes up the upper on these orange and yellow accented Bespokes, though the true standout feature might be that material’s contrast against the traditional gum brown sole we’re used to seeing more often paired with nappy suedes. Click through so you can see more angles on these and let us know how they compare to the best Air Force 1 Bespokes we’ve seen from Nike Harajuku.