Scott’s “Cactus Jack” Air Force 1 design opens up opportunities for near-endless customization possibilities, thanks to removable Swoosh logos and interchangeable Velcro patches that can be applied to various parts of the shoe’s upper.
Custom Swoosh logos come packaged with the shoes and feature a chrome-coated variation, a lenticular fire graphic and more. Other accoutrements include a Velcro “Cactus Jack” logo and deubrés that mimic Scott’s diamond-drenched grill.
The sneaker itself uses a white canvas construction with iridescent piping that gives the otherwise muted look a heavy installment of color. Additional custom details include upside-down Nike logos at the tongue and the heel, while the sneaker’s insole features Scott’s name.
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