January 25, 2010 BY Aaron Hope / 0
When we’ve had a chance to look at dissected Air Jordans, the general concensus has been, “Wow, that’s dope, but oh my god why did they do that to that OG heat?!” Simple: because donating beaters sometimes provides the whole sneakerhead scene with eye candy. Let’s take this opportunity to go over the Air Jordan X Steels with a fine tooth comb (and pliars).
The guys from Korea’s NikeMania did a really thorough job here, and there are tons of photos after the jump that detail how you can get eight distinct pieces from the AJX: leather upper, eye-placeket and ankle collar, insole, top and bottom of mid and outsoles that sandwiched the full-length Air cushion between them, the heel cup, and of course, the tongue. Be sure to click below to see the whole process.
Color: White/Black-Light Steel Grey
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