The Melbourne sneaker atelier embellishes the classic low-top with elements such as an elongated Swoosh that wraps around the heel counters, black bars stitched from the eyelets to the midsoles, yellow overlays adorned near the toecaps, and “Nike A.G.” branding tags affixed to the tongue portions. As a whole, the shoe is swathed in a white and grey makeup. Not to mention, the white midsole can be swapped for gum or black options.
Only 33 customs units have been made with one pair reserved for Virgil Abloh. Each pair is embellished with “a personal ID pressure point to ensure each client’s pair is 1 of 1,” said the company. The Air Max 1 custom will be made available for order on Australia Day, January 26, via BespokeIND’s official website. Those interested in pre-ordering a pair should hit up BespokeIND’s email: contact@bespokeind.