Air Jordan VI ‘True Blue’ Customs by El Cappy
Sneaker customizer El Cappy has been at the forefront of the movement applying popular colorways to new models, having gone as far as to apply LeBron 8 ‘South Beach’ and Zoom Kobe VI ‘All Star’ motifs to the Air Jordan VI and III, respectively. His latest is another Six, this time borrowing from within the Air Jordan Legacy rather than one of today’s superstar ballers. And with the unprecedented execution of Elephant print on the Air Jordan VI‘s angular midsole, this ‘True Blue’ custom might prove to be his best work yet. You can see some more angles by clicking on the jump below, and let us know how this handcrafted colorup compares to the Varsity Red AJVI upon which they were built. via PaintOrThread
That cement print squence is fraud. Looks the same from left to right and up and down. Nice try. Customization just make your kicks look FRAUD!
this is the best costom air jordan i have ever see. I wonder if he can do the same thing but on others air jordan models
Almost! looks more like spider webbing than elephant print. to me. and the blue isnt quite dark enough but besides that theyre cool
wack ass slabs wack ass dude wit no life did this these slabs are ugly as a muhh but damn yall dont kno nothing yall all so dumb stay crispy my friends!
these are an amazing custom to say the least. elephant print looks a little too organized where on the cements and other cement printed shoes its more random and the blue should be a little darker but i still think these are THE cleanest custom I've seen on here yet
did he make this off the oreos or the white varsity red VIs? nonetheless. this is one of the best customs I have ever seen
I agree bro no matter how hard someone else works to make there shoe look koo there's always people who hate on it jus because they didn't think of it or dnt get they own post on sneakernews... now how long is it gonna take for someone to make the blk cement 6s ... remember I thought of it first KOURT52
good custom, but better in black... http://www.sneakerplay.com/gallery/bestia42/53620...
Sneakerheads, while you definitely cannot deny the skill of the artist here (this is one of the best customs I've ever seen), howcome custom Air Jordans get a pass, but fakes don't? Is it because the customs used to be a true pair?
not really if you think about it because I guarantee you if you saw these on El Cappy's feet walking past you and you don't know him you would automatically assume its fake if you never saw this article and some of these custom job look just that, a fake (not this one) but since its custom everyone gives it a pass because the shoe used was real period. thats just the way it is.
these shits go hard, i would cop, but let the haters talk about how "fake" they are cause they aint come out of a nike factory -__-.