As Nike’s Bespoke program gets off the ground, we are starting to see more and more interesting sneaker creations coming out of the 21 Mercer Street, New York mini-factory. The Bespoke program pairs an individual with Nike specialists to create a one-off custom sneaker, letting the client combine a large range of materials, colors, and stitching however they choose. Here we get a look at what Chicago Bulls assistant coach Ron Adams created: an Air Force 1 low with echoes of the Jordan era. These one-of-a-kind AF1s come in white, black, grey, and red, featuring a liberal application of Elephant Print in each color, and feature a red outsole with a translucent white midsole.

Via Nike Sportswear.

Ron Adams Bespoke Air Force 1 - 2

Ron Adams Bespoke Air Force 1 - 3

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  1. Not a fan of the colors but the concept is nice. Anything with that print is alright with me.

  2. DAMN! these are HORRIBLE!!!!!!!! $820 gone wrong. these elephant print craze has gon too far