First off, I posted that the chocolate shoe was the Air Force 1. It's really a Nike Vandal, which I should not have assumed. Because basically, the Nike Vandal is a version of the Air Force 1 without an air sole, and it was often seen as a canvas version of the Air Force 1.
It goes to show how a chocolate version can trick the eye. So many people mistook the Vandal for the Air Force 1 when it was released, and I hope one can see how I mistook a chocolate version of the Nike Vandal.
Also, Al Cabino's shoe is not able to be purchased as a gift, it's a one-time shoe that stems from a great idea.
So, my apologies are due to Al Cabino, and I'm looking forward to reading more of his articles in Sneaker Freaker Magazine. Al often conducts great interviews with designers and development managers at Nike and Adidas, and you cats, who are interested in the business side of the shoe biz, should check them out.
Keep up the good work, Al.