For those of you who think you rock custom kicks, head on over to SneakerFreaker and check out these custom Marty McFly’s created by Mark Murath. The kicks cost $4000 and took 6 months to custom build…and are ridiculous. Though, you would definitely make Kanye jealous as hell.
Nike iD Bespoke is a cool customization experience available to consumers by appointment at 21 Mercer in Soho. You can design your own Air Force 1’s (for an insane amount of cash, I imagine) using premium materials that will not be found online in the near future, and in a month your one-of-a-kind sneaks will be sent to you. The experience is pretty cool for those hardcore kick-heads out there, as you get to work with the actual materials while designing your pair(s). Nice offering, says I…gobble, gobble. From the Nike Website:
“NikeiD Bespoke is a new and innovative by appointment design experience offering consumers the opportunity to work one-on-one with Nike design consultants to customize select Nike footwear styles. Globally exclusive to 21 Mercer, Nike Sportswear’s first stand-alone retail space located in SoHo, New York, it is the natural evolution of Nike’s personalization and customization offering, first brought to consumers with NikeiD.com in 1999.
NikeiD Bespoke takes individual design to new heights with an unparalleled, creative individual design experience. It provides consumers with the greatest design freedom ever offered by NikeiD. Launching with the iconic Air Force 1 sneaker, consumers will be able to create a unique design by customizing up to 31 parts of the shoe, including the base, overlay, accent, lining, stitching, outsole, laces and deubré. Consumers will also be able to choose from 82 premium, iconic materials and color options.
The Air Force 1 material options were meticulously selected to represent Nike’s heritage and innovation through the perspective of Nike Sportswear. Exclusive options include iconic Nike material prints Elephant and Safari – a design first used in 1987 by Tinker Hatfield who utilized two naturally occurring patterns on his Nike Air Safari running shoe and Nike Air Assault basketball shoe. Additional premium options include premium full grain suede, nubuck and leathers, Italian full grain patent leather, premium denim and reflective synthetic leathers.”
Though the French can be really annoying, and continue to rub that whole “we invented democracy” thing in our faces, you just can’t help but love a little Lacoste…Am I right? Of course.
Lacoste hooked up with Shoes-Up and dropped this nice shoe with a wool upper, which just looks smooth. If you hurry and go to Colette you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the stylish hat box that shoes come in, along with a beret for you to wear to your favorite night club.