September 24, 2009 BY Aaron Kr. / 0
Last week, we showed you a look at sneakerhead Jason Negron’s innovative new take on the custom kicks game. Rather than painting shoes, Jason actually removes and switches the outsoles of some Nike classics to give birth to some fresh never-before-seen colorways. The Air Foamposite seems to be Jason’s weapon of choice as you’ve already seen with his Eggplant and Neon concoctions. Now we turn our attention to another set of mix and matched Air Foamposites. As you can see, Jason has taken the Pearl Foamposite Pro and the Black/Red Air Foamposite and swapped the soles to create two new versions that look like they could have (or maybe should have) come straight from Beaverton.
Unlike the set that we showed you last week, this switch-up presented a slightly bigger challenge being that the Foamposite Pro sports an alternate version of the original outsole. As you can see, Jason was up to the task and both pairs look amazing. Keep reading to see more pics of both and to get in touch with Jason about whipping something up for you, contact him through PackerShoes. We have been assured that there is more magic in the works, so stay tuned for more of these unique custom creations in the near future.