BSTN is beginning to garner a reputation for doing things BIG. They did their thing when the Space Jam 11s dropped about a year ago. All eyes were also on them for the release of the Nike x Jordan Atmos pack that dropped earlier this year. All that is cool and all, but it looks like they definitely outdid themselves once more this time around.

Being that all three BSTN owners grew up during the “Golden Era“ of the Air Force 1 and we’re also huge Roc-A-Fella Record fans, they felt it was only right to honor the Nike Air Force 1 AF-100 Campaign. BSTN pays homage to the releases by customizing not one, not two, not three, but four different vehicles with an aesthetic to match that of the special AF100 releases. Just like the four upcoming Air Force 1 collabs (Nike Air Force 1 Low ’07 Roc-A-Fella, Nike Air Force 1 High Just Don, Travis Scott X Nike Air Force 1 Low, Acronym x Nike Lunar Force 1 Low), all the vehicles pictured above come in a predominantly White motif with signature details that represent each particular sneaker.

The Can-Am Spyder bike represents the Acronym x Nike Lunar Force 1 Low. The bike’s  high-end, technical, deconstructed philosophy symbolizes Errolson Hugh’s style.

The Mercedes G63 AMG represents the Nike Air Force 1 High Just Don. Just like the shoe, the car comes with Gold accents to compliment to rough yet sleek and smooth high top.

The Lamborghini Aventador represents the Travis Scott X Nike Air Force 1 Low and Travis’ fast-lane lifestyle. Just like the unique interchangeable Swoosh branding on the Air Force 1 Low, the Aventador also comes with Chrome Swoosh branding on the butterfly doors.

The Cessna Citation XLS Private Jet represents the Nike Air Force 1 Low ’07 Roc-A-Fella. I mean, do we really need to explain this one? It’s the Roc baby!

Get a good look at BSTN’s dedication up top and look for all four pairs to drop at select retailers in the coming week. Yes, BSTN will have all four pairs up for grabs as well (U.S. shipping is available).

via: BSTN


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