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Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Entourage’ – White Swoosh Sample

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Sitting atop many a grail list is the Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Entourage’ that dropped in 2006. It was a successful spin-off of a special pair of Air Force 1s that were made for on-screen sneakerhead Turtle, designed by fictional street-artist Fukijama. Needless to say, these Entourage joints would elevate any sneaker collection to the level of ‘alpha’, which is why only a select number of individuals even own a pair. However, we may have stumbled upon a piece of history that is rarer than the Air Force 1 ‘Entourage’ – a sample version that uses white tumbled leather instead of the black patent leather seen on the final version. It’s clear that these do get an added punch of contrast with the black swoosh, but it’s not like these need any more help in that department, right? Check out the gallery of these rare samples below and don’t miss out by visiting the listing from mr_deadstock on eBay.