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Palm Angels / Nike

Brand: Palm Angels

Model: Custom Nike Air Force 1

Key Features: These standard black Air Force 1s have been customized to mirror Virgil Abloh/OFF-WHITE’s “The Ten” collection with Nike. The shoe also features blue and pink laces and a two-tone Swoosh.

Release Date: TBC

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Editor’s Notes: With Francesco Ragazzi's Palm Angels SS19 collection mixing rave culture with Americana, it comes as no huge surprise to see this celebration of a classic American kick, the Nike Air Force 1, here given a rave-vibe overhaul. Alongside its neon pink laces and two-tone Swoosh, the customized sneaker also plays on Virgil Abloh's “The Ten” collection with Nike. Mimicking Abloh's trademark use of bold infographic-esque text, this version is splattered with phrases such as "PALM," "My-Self™," and "I FEEL LIKE ABLOH."

Abloh is likely fine with Palm Angels' tongue-in-cheek riff — both Palm Angels and OFF-WHITE are under New Guards Group, the same group that looks after Marcelo Burlon’s County of Milan.

Do you dig these custom Air Force 1s? Let us know in the comments.

Next, Nike’s Air Max 270 returns in “Elemental Gold.”

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