If you would've asked for my opinion on Air Force 1 Highs even just a couple years ago, I would've L-O-L-ed and probably said something dramatic like, "those sneakers haven't been poppin' since 2002 after Nelly's eponymous song." And while they did mostly peak in popularity at that point in time, the truth is that with their classic design and commitment to limited colorways and materials they never disappeared; they just faded into the background, as they went from extraordinary to ordinary. Or, at least that's how it seemed until last week when Nike dropped the Special Field Air Force 1, the newest and most unexpected rendition to date by Ben Kirschner. While it still holds down the distinct features of the classic AF1 from the sole to the ankle, the SF AF1 suddenly turns into a military-inspired boot from there on up. The buttery leather transitions into a monochromatic canvas, lacing all the way up the ankle and finishing with an adjustable ankle strap and second strap of braided cord. With the military boot/snoot (sneaker-boot) obsession about to explode, I saluted the opportunity to pair my Bone on Bone sneakers with baggy camo pants from the boys section of an army/navy surplus store, a zip-up Rag & Bone crop top, and various body chains. Shop the look below.