Nike Air Force 1 iD – Elephant Print Option | February 2012

January 25, 2012 BY

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As of late, Nike iD has been rewarding the Air Force 1 faithful out there with a special new option each month. First it was wool, then premium boot leather and this past month just saw some interesting ballistic mesh and rubber options. Each has been limited to 750 pairs and have all gone pretty fast, but now for the February offering comes something sure to disappear even quicker. Until now, if you wanted elephant print on an Air Force 1, you could check out eBay for one of a handful of previous general releases that dabbled with the beloved pattern, or if you really wanted to go all out, you could always put it on a Bespoke. Now at long last, elephant print will be available on the Nike Air Force 1 iD. While excessive use has slightly diluted the power of the almighty elephant touch over the years, we’re sure that there will be plenty of folks eager to slap some on their AF1’s with the quickness. Look for these to hit Nike iD around the beginning of the month and stay tuned for sample pics coming soon.


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