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Nike Command Force “What The 80s” Custom

With this design deriving from the pop culture of one of the most notable decades in recent years, these custom Nike Command Force “What the 80s” certainly live up to their name.

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Almost every panel on both shoes feature their own unique reference to painters, musicians, fashion trends, and the assertive pastel colors that dominated the decade. Some of the specific things you will find: Michael Jackson (Music), De La Soul 3 feet high and rising album cover (Music), Keith Haring (artist), Laura Owens (artist), Elephant print (fashion), Zebra print (fashion), Nike Air Tech Challenge color way (fashion), and the Metallic colors of the windbreaker jackets (fashion).​​​

Check out these detailed photos of the Nike Command Force “What The 80s” Custom designed by District Customs and let us know what you guys think in the comments section.

For anyone looking to get designs done by District Customs hit him up directly through Instagram – @districtcustoms202 or from his online website.











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Mario Briguglio
Founder and Editor in Chief. My passion for sneakers started at age 6 and now I've turned my passion into a profession. Favorite Kicks - Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement"

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