Air Jordan 2011 ‘WAH’ – DMP Inspired Custom

October 19, 2011 BY / 10

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When seeking ‘amazing’, one doesn’t need to look beyond Michael Jordan. The ‘Where Amazing Happens’ slogan has been used to describe the dramatic events of the NBA, but davyc3 of Kenlu looks back to Michael Jordan for an inspiration of ‘amazing’, using the Air Jordan VI/XI DMP from 2006 as the inspiration behind this Nike iD custom. Davyc3 created this Air Jordan 2011 from Nike iD, then customized the Jordan logo on the tongue, heel, and outsole as well as the upper-most lace eyelets for that perfect touch of metallic gold – just like the Defining Moments Package that started the whole ‘Package’ craze. Check out the additional detailed angles of davyc3‘s customized Air Jordan 2011 iDs and let us know what other Air Jordans you’d like to see in that ‘DMP’ motif.

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10 comments
Big_Infinite
Big_Infinite

these are kinda hot.. and i dont even like da '11 dat much either

jheyking
jheyking

crazy how its like both of them put together

Jerronimo
Jerronimo

Niiiiiiiiice... C'mon NIKE ID!

Kid Wudi
Kid Wudi

Damn drop these pleaseeeeee

DimeBagOswoosh
DimeBagOswoosh

Very superb, and a nice touch of class! Even JB themselves couldn't do the 2011 justice like this!

rj7
rj7

These reminds me of the works that "AK Kustoms 23"(?) dude from Houston.

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