Designed by Bruce Kilgore in 1982 and the first Nike to employ the 'Air' technology, the legendary Air Force 1 is celebrating its 30th birthday this year.
With over 1,500 incarnations in its three decades of existence and an earning power of nearly $800 million USD a year, the AF1 is seriously worthy of a massive cake and lots of huzzahs (Kanye, Nas, Rakim and KRS-One even made a song about them!!).
But, since it's a shoe and shoes don't eat cake and you'd look like a knob if you were huzzahing a piece of footwear, Nike have done something else in its honour - the 1thology interactive experience.
The 1thology experience showcases pretty much the entire AF1 collection by year, style, color or material. Sneaker freaks get the chance to build a virtual, digital collection of Air Force 1's, while browsing other fellow freakers collections.
Essentially its a total nerd out fest for kicks. That's cool. We spend all day on the internets, we're giant nerds...
get your fix at gonike.me/1thology