Nike Air Force 1 Low “Easter Egg” (2005)
One of Nike’s first entries to Easter themed kicks, it only made sense for another all patent leather Air Force 1 to celebrate the holiday. Easter egg coloring is the time for experimenting. Mixing and matching creative colors creates a hint of pastel when placed on the white backing of the egg shell. These sneakers perfectly encapsulate the shiny exterior when eggs are met with the brush, often leading to colors not expected. The broken egg shell logo found on both the tongue and insole represent the sometimes failed experiments, usually from my clumsy hands and strong brush strokes.
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