We’ve all seen the all-white Roc-A-Fella Nike Air Force 1 that returned this past weekend at ComplexCon as a part of Nike’s AF-100 Collection. If you missed out then you’ll still have a chance to cop because a wider release is coming at the end of the month. But the all-white pair wasn’t the only “Roc” Air Force 1 in attendance at ComplexCon.

Kareem “Biggs” Burke, co-founder of the record label, brought out a special Air Force 1 colorway that celebrates Jay-Z’s Reasonable Doubt album that released 10 years ago. Similar to the Air Jordan 4 Reasonable Doubt that was also worn by Burke at ComplexCon, this Air Force 1 Low comes done in a black suede all throughout the upper with white accents on the laces, tongue, inner liner, heel tab, Swoosh, and midsole. Embroidered “Reasonable Doubt” has also been added on the ankle. The album artwork has been placed on the tongue as a finishing touch.

These are most likely an exclusive pair for Biggs himself, but we’ll let you know if anything changes. Would you cop if these released?

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