June 7, 2011 BY Jarrell H. / 0
June 6th, 2011 is the 67th anniversary of ‘D-Day’, the invasion of Normandy by the Allied forces during the World War II which ultimately turned the war in Europe in the Allied forces favor. In commemoration of this event, the sneaker art house, ROM used this event as the inspiration behind the customized Air Max 90. This Air Max 90 customs features a military green colorway that has battle scars throughout the shoe to highlight the grittiness and intensity of war. To continue with the military theme, ROM included military style lettering in white as well as their logo. The ‘D-Day’ custom by the sneaker art house is very SBTG-ish and like the SBTG style they are also very limited with twenty pairs produced. Continue reading for additional images and let us know what you think about this custom. via ROM.