Air Max 270, Nike has put the ball in your court when it comes to styling your kicks. Though customization has long been an aspect of wider sneaker culture, only recently have brands jumped on the bandwagon with options that enable the wearer to tweak, tear, color, or wear-away the sneaker to their liking. The earliest (and easiest) form of this has always been Velcro, with interchangeable tongue tags or Checks being the primary movers. This time, though, Nike is giving you the option to stick-on or rip-off entire panels in addition to the aforementioned, with this upcoming Nike AF 1/1 enabling you to remove or add toe boxes, mid panels, quarters, Swooshes, heel overlays and tongue tags.
Introduced in 1982, the Nike Air Force 1 redefined basketball footwear from the hardwood to the tarmac. It was the first basketball sneaker to house Nike Air, but its innovative nature has since taken a back seat to its status as a street icon. A clean, all-White color scheme is complemented by sharp accents of Cosmic Clay. Removable graphics featuring wordmarks and Swooshes give you the power to make this look your own. Tap into your creativity during the holiday season with this one-of-a-kind creation.
This Nike Air Force 1 Low Iridescent Pixel comes dressed in its classic “Triple White” color blocking with some added eye-catching details.The all-white premium leather upper with matching rubber sole unit underfoot provides the ultimate clean crisp backdrop for the remainder of the design. The blue shimmering pixel swoosh slightly changes color depending on its composition and looks like it’s straight out of an 80’s arcade game, matching heel and tongue overlays with “Nike Air” branding continue the theme. Completing the design is the black pixeled branding on the insoles.