Celebrating the finals, the NikeID Premium Cork Collection is inspired by winning the NBA Finals and popping champagne in the locker room.
The Nike Air Force 1 made it’s world debut in 1982 and was the first basketball shoe to use Nike Air technology. Designed by Bruce Kilgore, Nike ceased production one year later. The brand would revamp the Air Force 1 in 1986 which was available in high, low and mid top. Years have past and Nike continues to release the Air Force 1 also known as the AF1 in different colors, materials and even collaborations with other influencers. In 2007, Nike celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the Air Force 1 with a huge campaign and a bunch of releases.
The NBA Finals celebration continues with Nike Sportswear as they just unleashing the NikeID Premium Cork Collection. Available to customize is the Nike Air Force 1 High and the Nike Air Force 1 Low.This Nike Air Force 1 ID commemorate the win with Metallic Gold details and premium Black cork options.
You can now create your own Nike Air Force 1 Cork celebrating the NBA Finals by visiting Nike.com. Below you can check out a few more examples. Let us know if you plan on creating something and share with us on social media.