Nike iD Bred Toe
Sneakers Published: February 27, 2018 Updated: March 2, 2018  |  WORDS: Amirul Shazzani

Took the “L” on the Bred Toes? Create Bred Toe-Inspired Sneakers with NIKEiD

The Nike Air Jordan 1 Bred Toe was a hit. It sold out despite so many pairs being released into the market.

Nike iD Air Jordan 1 Bred Toe
The Air Jordan 1 Bred Toe was a general release, but not one pair was left on the shelves after the drop

To soften the blow from missing out on the “Bred Toe” last weekend, you could look to Nike iD to create your very own interpretation of the shoe.

Customizing your own sneakers has never been easier than it is on What with a wealth of sneaker silhouettes, design treatments and material to choose from.

If you missed out on getting a pair of the coveted Bred Toes, then build your own on Nike iD that looks just the same. Here are three iterations we played around with; check it out:

1) Air Max 1 “Bred Toe”

Nike iD Air Max 1 Bred Toe
Nike iD Air Max 1 “Bred Toe”

The trademark combination of the “Bred” and “Black Toe” colorway takes the stage here. There’s no mistaking the beauty of the Air Max 1, but you can take it a step further with this never-before-seen Air Max 1 colorway.

2) Air Force 1 “Bred Toe”

Nike iD Air Force 1 High Bred Toe
Nike iD Air Force 1 High “Bred Toe”

The closest you can possibly get to the Nike Air Jordan 1 “Bred Toe”, but that’s not to discount the iconic status of the Air Force 1 High. Here, you get the best of both worlds with a ankle strap to go along with it too.

3) Air Max 90 “Bred”

Nike iD Air Max 90 Bred
Nike iD Air Max 90 “Bred”

The Air Max 90 posed the biggest challenge where it came to applying the “Bred Toe” color scheme onto a non-Air Jordan shoe. But it presented a perfect excuse to deviate a little and focus more on expressing the “Bred” in “Bred Toe”. After all, who doesn’t love the “Banned”?

Have you tried customizing on Nike iD? If so, let us know your best color combination in the comments below.

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