Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Masahiro Hirosawa

Masahiro Hirosawa flies all the way from Japan to design a Bespoke Air Force 1.

Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Marahiro Hirosawa

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Flying all the way from the Land of the Rising Sun, Japan's Masahiro Hirosawa looked to make the most of his Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke opportunity. Like other designers in the past, Hirosawa chose a variety of colors and materials, but this look flows better that a lot of looks we've seen before. This pair seems to be somewhat of a Playstation Air Force 1 variation.

Whether or not that was the intent, we do not know. Black crock material wraps the toe and heel, while Kevlar of the same color fills in the toebox and side panels. Hot pink works a moccasin-style cross-stitch on the toe, forefoot and ankle. A purple suede Swoosh is bordered by blue, which also works branding on the heel and tongue, as well as a contrast stitch throughout. The midsole is white, and sports hot pink branding. Pink also takes care of business on the outsole.

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