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Nike Air Foamposite Pro ‘Poseidon’ Custom by Surreal Styles

December 7, 2010 BY / 0

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The Nike Air Foamposite Pro isn’t a sneaker that invites too many customizations, but we’ve seen what Jason Negron can do with sole swapping.  So that makes this Nike Air Foamposite Pro ‘Poseidon’ Custom by Surreal Styles perhaps the first handmade Foam colorway without a ‘BP’ watermark attached.  Crafted from a simple all-black pair of Foam Pros, the Poseidon infuses golden paint into its turquoise upper for a look that’s a little more aggressively metallic than the zinc-leaning pearlized releases we’re used to.  The colorway was inspired by the beautiful beaches of the West Indies but these would be right at home as a New Orleans Hornets PE and we have a bunch more photos awaiting your click on the jump below.  If a colorway like this ever released, let us know if you’d be copping a pair.  via PaintOrThread

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