July 21, 2010 BY Aaron Hope / 0
There was a custom Elephant print laser etching machine on hand at Jordan Brand’s 23/25 Experience at this year’s NBA All Star Weekend in Dallas, but what can a sneakerhead do if he can’t get his hands on a time machine? How about substituting a soldering iron for a laser etcher, as N-SB.org member CemetaryDrive did with the recently released Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Chromeball Incident’. The Chromeball lows were designed by Neil Blender to resemble one of the original Airwalk Enigma colorways, but CD went ‘Supreme’ on these by drawing out an Elephant pattern on the overlay with a Pigma Micron marker and then etched out the krinkly lines with a trusty ol’ Craftsman iron. The results speak for themselves, which begs the question: which other Nike SB Dunks would look dope with Elephant print customization?
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