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Tisci’s latest work with Nike consists of two colorways of the Nike Air Force 1 High for Men and Women as he infuses his signature style in the large star embroidery with sporty detailing in the ribboned ankle strap. What exemplifies his love for hoops is the custom logo at the toe-box inspired by the iconic NBA logo. The two AF1s are part of a larger collection inspired by a fictional basketball team called the Minotaurs; Tisci went ahead and created custom logos and emblems for this imaginary squad, who he describes as a reflection of today’s superhuman basketball stars.
Always overshadowed by the Nike Air Force 1 High Sneakers, the Nike Vandal is a sneaker that can be accurately described as a “cult-classic”. Underrated by the masses—and perhaps a bit neglected by Nike themselves—its fans are always happy to see its rare appearances back on the market.
Nike continues their flow of sneakers with official NBA logos with a pair of colorways for the Purchase Nike Air Force 1 High that also add another basketball-related detail: terry cloth material on the ankle straps to mimic the look of headbands. Similar to the pack of Air Force 1 Lows in team colorways from around the NBA, the Air Force 1 High receives a full-grain leather upper with NBA logo tabs on the heels. The straps then feature semi-fuzzy Nike logos wrapping around the ankle.
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Originally releasing in 2003 in limited quantities, the Stash x Buy Nike Air Force 1 High feature the iconic print on the toe and heel panels of the shoe. Nike release a slightly altered version of these in 2007 as pair of the Air Force 1 25th Anniversary celebration. This third overall re-release of the Nozzle Cap Air Force 1 shifts aways from the grey/white colorway and opts for a full white, while the signature blue hue on Stash’s tag appears on the sole.
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