Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke by Yasu Saegusa

It’s been a busy month for the Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke here on Sneaker Obsession. Just the other day we took a look at a Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke created by Matthew Lauretti who traveled all the way from Italy to have the chance to create his own personalized Air Force 1. Those came only hours after pictures of the 12th Nike Harajuku Bespoke surfaced online. Not to mention the 4 or 5 that we saw before those. Keeping the steady pace going here, we have a look at a Bespoke Air Force 1 designed with some input from Yasu Saegusa. Making plenty of use of all the available options through 21 Mercer Street’s Bespoke Experience, Yasu had his AF1 constructed from a multitude of different materials and fabrics. From front to back, the shoes feature white leather on toe area and midfoot, which all consists of blue contrast stitching, teal suede on the midpanel, dark blue reptile leather on the heel panel, another dose of teal suede on the heel tab and a not to be forgotten hit of gold down the heel spine. From there you’ve got a cork Swoosh and tongue tag, a perforated liner, a translucent midsole with blue stitching and a gum outsole.

Continue reading for a closer look at the detailing at Yasu Saegusa’s Bespoke Air Force 1.

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