The Shoe Surgeon Releases Special Air Force 1 Low For Black Friday 2017

Black Friday 2017 just got more exciting. The Shoe Surgeon created a new iteration of Nike Air Force 1 Low for the big event.


Dominic Chambrone, more popularly known as The Shoe Surgeon, took to Instagram to unveil his version of the Nike Air Force 1 Low silhouette. He named it “What the Scrap.”

Nike initially released the Air Force 1 Low back in 1982. Bruce Kilgore designed the kicks. Moreover, it is the first sneaker to have Air technology.

More Customized Than Ever

Chambrone chose to use the AF1 Low to apply a variety of styles, textiles, and colors. This makes it quite unique in itself.

He makes it even more unique by repurposing exotic and deadstock materials. This creates a beautiful contrast of colors and textures.

The Shoe Surgeon admitted that no two pairs will be the same. The soles will be created with random color choices.

Fans will need to order beforehand. The shoes retail at $800 USD. Furthermore, shipping will take about 4 to 6 weeks.

Last month, Chambrone customized the Air Jordan 1. He decided to fuse the first Jordan silhouette with another classic model, the soccer-inspired Nike Tiempo ’94. He included subtle artistic twists like the Tiempo’s signature overlapping tongue and exposed stitching on the vamp region.


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