NSW: 21 Mercer Nike ID “Bespoke”

posted on November 19th 2008 in Boutiques & Design & NYC & Sharing & ShuChef & Sneakers with 4 Comments


The ShuChef is in need of of trip to NYC. ASAP!

From High Snobiety

NikeiD Bespoke is a new and innovative by appointment design experience offering consumers the opportunity to work one-on-one with Nike design consultants to customize select Nike footwear styles. Globally exclusive to 21 Mercer, Nike Sportswear’s first stand-alone retail space located in SoHo, New York, it is the natural evolution of Nike’s personalization and customization offering, first brought to consumers with in 1999.

NikeiD Bespoke takes individual design to new heights with an unparalleled, creative individual design experience. It provides consumers with the greatest design freedom ever offered by NikeiD. Launching with the iconic Air Force 1 sneaker, consumers will be able to create a unique design by customizing up to 31 parts of the shoe, including the base, overlay, accent, lining, stitching, outsole, laces and deubré. Consumers will also be able to choose from 82 premium, iconic materials and color options.

The Air Force 1 material options were meticulously selected to represent Nike’s heritage and innovation through the perspective of Nike Sportswear.  Exclusive options include iconic Nike material prints Elephant and Safari – a design first used in 1987 by Tinker Hatfield who utilized two naturally occurring patterns on his Nike Air Safari running shoe and Nike Air Assault basketball shoe.  Additional premium options include premium full grain suede, nubuck and leathers, Italian full grain patent leather, premium denim and reflective synthetic leathers

Appointments are limited and can be made exclusively in store at 21 Mercer,. NikeiD Bespoke Air Force 1’s take four weeks to be created once the design process at 21 Mercer has been completed.

Cognito - the 'visionist'

currently there's 4 comment(s)

  • confused

    commented on March 7, 2009 at 4:58 am

    how much are theese trainers and were can i get them from ( the purple ones) i live in the uk

  • visionist

    commented on March 7, 2009 at 7:16 am

    You can only ID these shoes in NY at NSW 21 Mercer st.
    I heard they could cost close to $800 bucks to design a pair. Its like getting a suit made on Saville row in the UK.

  • Mario Werry

    commented on April 12, 2013 at 11:32 am

    Cushioning shoes are shoes that have little to no lateral support. These shoes are good for runners who do not need this support, and have neutral feet. Generally this type of shoe will be for the runner with a high arch. Instances where this type of shoe is not right is in a case where you are a pronator or an overpronator.;

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  • Kaylee Reilly

    commented on July 3, 2013 at 12:10 am

    I love the blue lepard ones. They are so cute, I want them so bad. Don’t you wish i could have them.

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