Sportswear company creates a pop-up shop celebrating the 30th anniversary of its Airforce 1 basketball shoe, and the launch of its newest sneaker, Lunar Force 1.

Nike’s latest pop-up shop, Pivot Point, has opened its doors in Brooklyn’s new Barclays Center. The shop was created to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the classic Nike Air Force 1 shoe, as well as the recent launch of Nike’s Lunar Force 1 shoe.

The shops three-week long stay in Brooklyn, which is set to end December 23rd, is likely to attract loads of customers now that the Brooklyn Nets’ season is in full swing. The shop allows consumers to swing in and pick up a pair of the classic Air Force 1 basketball shoes, or customize their own pair with a scheduled 90-minute Bespoke appointment in the shop. With all the bells and whistles, a pair of these custom Bespoke Nike's can cost upwards of $820!

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