Nike Air Force 1 Lo
The first Air Force 1s were produced in 1982 and were the first basketball shoe to use the Nike Air bubble. Little has been changed, taken away or added to the AF1 since its first release even though over 1,700 colourways have been produced and Nike restrict the sale of the shoe to selected retailers around the world. This clean white leather version features the usual perf toe and wrap around Swoosh branding, a mesh lining and further Nike branding on the tongue and midsole plus a metal AF1 lace jewel.
Jordan Son of Mars Low
The Jordan Son Of Mars, inspired by the Spizike that preceded it, is essentially a hybrid of various Jordans presenting the best features from those silhouettes into one classic style. This example borrows the Air Jordan 3 Elephant print, Air Jordan 5 mid sole and tongue and Air Jordan 6 pull tabs and ankle pad to name a few. They come in a white leather upper with patent leather surround, elephant print toe and heel panels, a blue heel tab with Jumpman logo and red accents on the lace loops, outsole and tongue lining. All sat on a white and blue midsole with a visible air unit they are finished with Jumpman tongue branding, a grey lining and tonal stitching throughout.