Nike Air Force Ones – Custom Air Force Ones – Air Force 1s Shoes
Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Nike Harajuku

The design process of the Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke hit Nike Harajuku for a four day span in mid July. Most of you were probably expecting a pair made especially for Nike Harajuku. Well we finally get a look at a Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke designed by Nike Harajuku. This certainly looks like a typical Bespoke Air Force 1. The colors are great and the materials are perfect. Brown croc skin covers the Nike swoosh, toe box, mid-panel and the tongue. However the croc skin is probably the second best feature on this Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke. Black and orange tiger striped pony hair is put into use on the toe area, lace panels, collar area, heel and the tongue tag. To finish off this stunning Bespoke Air Force 1, a brown midsole and a dark brown outsole are added. What do you think of this Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Nike Harajuku? Is it too much? Check out more images after the jump.

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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Patrick Hauge

This latest Bespoke Nike Air Force 1 reminds you of a legendary Nike SB Dunk. The Tiffany SB Dunk colorway has been used a lot, but it hasn’t had the same effect of the SB Dunk. However this latest Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke uses the Tiffany SB Dunk colorway very well. This Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke is designed by Patrick Hauge. Patrick Hauge designs his $800 + Bespoke Air Force 1 with exquisite materials and head turning colors.

Nice black crock covers the lace panels, toe and the heel panel. Black is also seen on the tongue, inner lining, outsole and the kevlar Nike swoosh and heel tab. However all attention is turned to the areas of blue. The toe box, shoe laces, mid-panel, tongue tag and the midsole stitching all use eye-catching blue. Clean white is put into use on the tongue tag and the entire midsole. This Bespoke Air Force 1 definitely doesn’t use the colorway as well as the Tiffany SB Dunk, but it’s easily second. What do you think of Patrick Hauges Bespoke Nike Air Force 1? Make sure you check out more images after the jump.

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Nike Air Force 1 High – White/Black/Sport Red

The Air Force 1 Low has always been more superior than the Air Force 1 High. However, as of late Nike has done something great with the Air Force 1 High. We have seen a couple of colorways recently, but none are better than this latest one. Check out this latest Nike Air Force 1 High as it comes in a White/Black/Sport Red colorway. This Air Force 1 High sports a very plain and simple look. Black leather covers the Nike swoosh, toe, lace panels and the entire heel area. Black is also seen on the ankle strap, tongue and the entire outsole. White is put into use on the toe box, mid-panel, shoe laces, tongue tag and the midsole. To add a nice spark to the sneaker, red is placed on the inner lining and the midsole AIR branding. Touches of gold are seen on minor areas. Overall, this is a very nice colorway for the Nike Air Force 1 High. These have already released in Asia, so stay tuned for U.S. release information.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low LE GS – White/Orion Blue/Wineberry

All the kids are getting back to school very soon. Back to school shopping kicked off about two weeks ago, but some kids are pulling out the last stops and doing their last minute shopping with their parents. So if you’re the parents that slacked to get your kids some shoes for back to school, you’re in luck. Take a look at this Nike Air Force 1 Low LE GS as it comes in a White/Orion Blue/Wineberry colorway. I doubt the boys would want to wear these, but the girls would love these.

White covers most of the sneaker, including the Nike swoosh, toe, heel, tongue, inner lining and the midsole. However the white is the last thing you notice on the sneaker. Orion blue accents appear on the heel tab, mid-panel, shoe laces and the entire outsole. Hints of pink are put into use on the tongue tag and midsole stitching. What do you parents think of this Nike Air Force 1 Low LE GS? You can pick up a pair now at select Nike retailers.

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Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low – Total Orange/Metallic Silver/White

As of late, Nike hasn’t showed the ladies much love. With all the big recent Air Force 1 releases, none of them were for ladies. However Nike is looking to make up for that as they give the ladies their own Air Force 1 Low. This Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low comes in a Total Orange/Metallic Silver/White colorway. This certainly looks like a Womens colorway. I don’t know many guys that would want to rock these.

This sneaker is certainly a head turning. Smooth orange leather covers the toe, lace panels and the heel panel. The toe box, tongue and mid-panel also use orange, but a white mesh overlay is added. White is seen on the shoe laces, inner lining, tongue tag and the midsole. Metallic silver accents appear on the Nike swoosh, heel tab, tongue tag and the entire outsole. All this orange could turn away some ladies, but most ladies might like this colorway. So ladies, will you pick up a pair? Check out more images after the jump and let us know.

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Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Gary Warnett

Most Bespoke Air Force 1s we see feature loud and eye-catching colorways. Not only are the colors breathtaking, but the materials are flawless. Well this latest designer doesn’t follow the rest Bespoke Air Force 1s, he makes his own unique Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke. This Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke is designed by Gary Warnett. Gary Warnett decides to keep this Air Force 1 simple and clean, which is very rare with the Bespoke Air Force 1. We have seen many clean Bespoke Air Force 1s over the years, but this latest one has to be the cleanest Bespokes yet.

A beige like color covers the entire upper, as well as the shoe laces and heel tab. Dark grey is seen on the inner lining, tongue and the stripe on the heel. To add a nice spark to the Air Force 1, Warnett added orange accents to the Nike swoosh and top eyelet. This Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke is finished off with a clean white midsole and a classic gum outsole. This is a very nice and new look for the Bespoke Air Force 1. What do you think of Gary Warnett creation? Check out more images after the jump and let us know.

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Release Reminder – Nike Air Force 1 “Foamposite”

The Air Force 1 has been at center stage of the sneaker industry. We have seen some huge Air Force 1s as of late. The biggest Air Force 1s were part of the “World Basketball Festival” Collection. The “Foamposite” Nike Air Force 1 has been much anticipated for months. Ever since it first surfaced, people have been dying for a release date. We finally got the official release date about a week ago. However, some don’t like the Nike Air Force 1 “Foamposite”. I’m kind of on the fence with these. I will certainly not buy a pair. We at MyAirShoes know that some of you sneakerheads are busy. You probably can’t keep up with release dates, so leave it to us to remind you of every major sneaker release date. Whether its Nike or Jordan Brand, we always got your back. So here’s a reminder. The Nike Air Force 1 “Foamposite” will release tomorrow, August 14th, for a price tag of $180. Will you pick up a pair? Check out a couple of more images after the jump.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low GS – Black/Metallic Silver/Hot Lime

The little feet don’t get as much love from sneaker brands as they should. Nike and Jordan brand do the best they could, but not all releases come with kids sizes. Well this latest Nike Air Force 1 gives the little feet something to look forward. This Nike Air Force 1 Low GS comes in a Black/Metallic Silver/Hot Lime colorway. This is a colorway that many adults wouldn’t wear, so Nike did the right thing by making this a GS model.

As you see, this Air Force 1 Low certainly features a loud and eye-catching colorway. Black covers most of the sneaker, including the toe area, lace panels, tongue, heel, midsole stitching and the entire outsole. The spark definitely comes from the hot lime accents, which appear on the inner lining, tongue tag, shoe laces and the midsole. The sneaker also features a metallic silver perforated swoosh and heel tab. If you’re feeling these and have big feet, better luck with the next Air Force 1 release. These are available now at select Nike retailers.

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