Sean Wotherspoon has done it again, teasing us with a self-designed Nike Air Max 1 that we’ll never get our hands on.

Taking to Instagram to show off the design, Wotherspoon explained that he “wanted the kicks to come with a removable overcoat,” fashioned from tweed by Harris Tweed Authority, to brave the infamous London weather. The overcoat attaches to the tongue with a red button, and features a stitched, partial Swoosh.

The rest of the sneaker is bright yellow, evoking a classic raincoat, except for the gray corduroy tongue with an embroidered yellow Swoosh. The sneaker also features white laces, and a blue inner. The removable insoles have a USA flag on the left, and a UK flag on the right.

Sadly this is a one-off, just like Wotherspoon’s awe-inspiring corduroy tearaway Air Max 1 from earlier in the year. Hopefully one day these insanely creative sneakers will get a wider release.

While we wait for a day that will probably never come, let us know if you’d like your kicks to have coats down in the comments.

For more in Nike news, the company revealed its plans to release a $350 Hyperadapt basketball shoe in 2019. Read more here.

Weekend Editor

Another Australian in Berlin.

What To Read Next