Air Jordan VI ‘South Beach’ Customs

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When LeBron James made his decision to go to Miami, LeBron 8 designer Jason Petrie decided on a ‘South Beach’ inspired colorway – one that was actually a sample colorway the Nike LeBron team had spun up before. Since its release, the South Beach colorway has been incredibly popular and the market value of the LeBron 8 South Beach has seen a steady rise since its release. Check out this Air Jordan VI ‘South Beach’ Custom; it features the signature teal, pink, black, and white colorway infused into the astounding Air Jordan VI silhouette, going with a full teal upper, a black/pink midsole, pink laces, and a translucent outsole. The Air Jordan VI ‘Oreo’ served as the base model for this custom design, and clearly the idea translated onto the shoe seamlessly. Additional details included a paint-splattered wooden box and a hand-painted type-font on the heels reading ‘El Cappy’ and ‘Juan the Blogger’. Check out the detailed gallery below and let us know what you think of this custom pair of Jordans!. via NT.

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