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Public School's take on the Air Force 1 arrives this fall

The deconstructed sneaker combines unaltered pattern parts from the AF1 low, mid, and high.
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Created for the Air Force 1's 35th Anniversary last year, Public School's take on the classic sneaker is finally hitting retail this fall with the official release of the PSNY AF1. To create this design, Public School founders Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne took elements of the low, mid, and high models of the Air Force 1 and then used the unaltered pattern parts to create their deconstructed yet reconstructed silhouette. 

The shoe hits PSNY's pop-up space at 3 Howard Street, New York on September 4th while a global release will follow on September 5th.

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