DJ Premier x Nike Air Force I

Making up 50 percent of Gang Starr, DJ Premier is amongst the biggest of names in East Coast

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Making up 50 percent of Gang Starr, DJ Premier is amongst the biggest of names in East Coast hip-hop, having worked alongside many legends, including Notorious B.I.G., Grand Master Flash, Jay-Z, plus a whole load more. Premier’s latest escapades see him collaborate with Nike on this subtle Air Force 1 colourway. Orange lacing, tongue tag, contrast stitching and insole sits quietly alongside a white swoosh and all-black-everything-else. With subtle detailing near the heel and toebox and ‘Premier’ on the lace-jewell; the more you inspect this shoe, the more you find. With matching material for the top of the heel and side panels, the sneaker has all the markings of a successful collaboration which should appeal beyond the hip-hop scene.

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