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Air Jordan Customs By Damien Kimbrough

September 13, 2011 BY / 71

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A Jordan fanatic in Luxembourg by way of San Antonio, TX, Damien Kimbrough recently completed a foursome of Air Jordan custom creations with some inspirations – both obvious and both unique. Let’s take a look at each of the four models he’s completed; right off the bat, his Air Jordan VI ‘Year of the Rabbit’ impresses us with the accurate color-blocking and gold detailing. His Air Jordan XIII, seemingly derived from the Air Jordan II Premio, features a multiple tones of rich brown on the upper. His Air Jordan VII features a red gradient upper with a blood-drip graphic on the heel (Michael’s killer instinct led him to his second NBA Championship in the Air Jordan VII), and his Air Jordan III and its refreshing color-combo of blue tones, black, and white offer his own unique take on the 2011 Air Jordan of the year. Check out the gallery of all four of Damien Kimbrough’s custom below and let us know which of the four you like best.

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