January 18, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 36
Had someone come along with an Air Jordan VI ‘Leopard’ custom just a few short months back, they would have probably looked something a bit closer to the trend that’s sweeping the casual sneaker scene, perhaps crafted from horsehair or somesuch other furry material for good measure. But take into account the current popularity of color-swap customs and the almost alien good looks of the Kobe VII System ‘Christmas’, and you end up with a ZK7-inspired AJ6 that captures the wild colorway and detailing, but one that offers the luxury of a leather upper that offers a nice foil against the Kobe 7’s techy build. Click through to see more angles and let us know which colorway has been king to this point for the Air Jordan 6 that seems to attract more of these kinds of customs than almost any other shoe. via Envintaj Customs
...most people would probably think these are knock-offs which means that there has to be something unique and readily identifiable to seperate them from the pack...something that says ,"AUTHENTIC."
Customs are getting outta control, I come here to see new shoes made by brands. I'd go to etsy if I wanted to see crafts and shit.
FAIL, pls customize shoes with original ideas stop taking concepts that have already been used, and bad ones at that
don't know if you have enough hands for that one, got a few dudes coming out with some more 6's soon, not a fan of the shoe, but, as an artist you respect the craft, and if you don't like the post then don't comment, find something else to do....like live your life