Nike unleashes an Air Force 1 that is the epitome of Brazilian street culture. Dubbed the "É Possivel" which translates to "It is possible," the Air Force 1 was made in conjunction with a documentary film about Brazilian street art which will debut later in the year. Local MCs Emicida, Pixote and Xará as well as graffiti artist Toddy came together for the design of the sneaker which embodies the essence of the streets of Brazil. The embossed lettering on the black leather upper is a manifesto which states "we, as soldiers in an invisible army, march towards tomorrow as heirs of the ash on the streets and the offspring of a reality that is of interest to few." Made for Brazil by Brazilians, you might have to move to Brazil to get a pair since they're only releasing there in September 

[via Sneaker Freaker]