May 13, 2010 BY John Kim / 0
In late April, Sneaker News reported an interesting ‘custom’ Air Jordan VI in which a brave sneakerhead risked the life of his Air Jordan VI Varsity Red and came out with one helluva end-product. The Varsity Red-Infrared transformation was a success! This time, another curious Jordan-phile put his newly acquired Air Jordan VI Lakers to the test: unhappy with the contrast-stitching on the upper, he cleverly painted over the purple/yellow stitching meticulously with a special craft pen. The stitching blended perfectly with the black 3M upper with the result being a black-and-white pair of Air Jordan VI with a suede and 3M upper very much similar to the Air Jordan VI Low Black/Metallic Silver colorway that released in 2002. Check out the some extra pictures of this genius idea and let us know if this custom pair is better than the release. via OriginalJs on NT.