Today was Nike iD Studio day! Yay!
As soon as I found out that Nike would have the Air Force 1 Supreme Low at their iD Studios, I knew I wanted to do one. Especially with those material and color options it was a real no-brainer.
Everytime you design a sneaker on Nike iD, it’s a little like baking a cake. You pick the ingredients and hope that they will blend together and then you shove it in the oven. And then it bakes … you’ll have to be patient … it can take weeks … In the end you’ll be happy like a little kid!
White is the first color this season at the Nike iD Studio. White is not just white, there’s white, off white and antique white. Combine those with different materials (Weave, Crinkle, Ostrich, Diamond Weave, Dodo Bird, Basketball, Iguana, Cross Hatch, Pig Skin, Crocodile, Smooth, Pebbled, Patent, Kangaroo, Nubuck, Suede and Real Deal) you’ll get tons of possibilities … choices choices choices.
I decided to go with an all Antique White one. Here is a crappy picture of the screen at the iD Studio.
Base material: Antique White Cross Hatch
Secondary material: Antique White Weave
Accent material: Antique White Patent
Lining, laces, sidewall and sidewall stitching: Antique White
Thanks to Michael, right?, for his time and the mag!
So that’s the start of Nike iD 2007!
And what’s up next?
Premium Dunk high and lows.
The Air Force 1 Supreme Low will get a color treatment and thereafter an all black palette.
After the jump you will find some pictures of samples.