October 6, 2011 BY Aaron Hope
The hottest trend in sneaker customization lately has been appropriating colorways from other high profile releases. The Nike LeBron 8 was particularly popular as a canvas for this kind of expression, colorways ranging from Air Jordan imitations to allusions to earlier LeBron standouts. This latest example comes from a guy responsible for getting the first ‘Dunkman’ edition LeBron 8s out there, a custom job also borrowing from the Zoom LeBron IV ‘Graffiti’ in an exclusive story here on Sneaker News this March. Conor Burns aka C4‘s Nike LeBron 8 BHM takes its inspiration from the latest round of Black History Month releases, their black and gold styling also a reminder of the Air Jordan Defining Moments Package. So is this BHM/DMP LeBron 8 the best custom job we’ve seen on this model? Click through for more images and leave a comment to let us know where they rank. via c4/UPandCOMING32 on NT.
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