April 24, 2012
Well known for their high quality bags and backpacks, Lexdray’s Alex Drayer also seems to have some talent in the realm of footwear. Drayer recently had a chance to do a Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke shoe at 21 Mercer and we must say that it is look rather sharp. The Lexdray founder opted not to use Nike’s materials for the construction of these, but rather fabrics from their original Classified Collection, as well as from their collaboration with Boylston Trading Co. Here’s what Drayer said about the materials:
“They include 1680D ballistic nylon, lycra coated neoprene, 1000D TPE for the swoosh and lace holes, and even our webbing is used on the tongue. These shoes are crazy comfortable too, as the entire interior of the shoe is lined with neoprene.”
Take a look at these special Bespoke AF1s after the jump.
More details can be found HERE.
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