February 10, 2012 BY John Kim / 0
Just yesterday Sneaker News provided the world with the first detailed look at the Nike Air Foamposite One ‘Galaxy’, showing off the glow-in-the-dark outsole and angles aplenty. The glow-in-the-dark theme will in fact run rampant through the 2012 All-Star Collection, but remember that the ‘glow’ craze first started with that sick Zoom Rookie release just a few months ago. Mache Customs, who has been breaking necks with his unforgettable creations, brings All-Star and Zoom Rookie together with his Zoom Rookie ‘Galaxy’ customs; what makes these so much more impressive is that the upper isn’t a mere paint-job, but the result of one of the best paintbrush-meets-sneaker crafts we’ve ever seen. Mache continues to raise the bar for other budding sneaker customizers and these Galaxy Rookies are a clear example why, so check out the additional images below and let us know if you think these are better than the Foamposite Ones!
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PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD STOP MACH'ESHITTY! ALL HIS SHIT IS WEAK! ALL HE DOES IS COPY OTHER SHIT AND SELL IT OVER PRICED! YOU ARE NOT AN ARTIST FALLBACK WITH ALL THESE POORMAN BULLSHIT KICKS!!!!!!!!
why when a hot colorway comes out or exist someone has to make a custom for it, it just devalues the original product because everyone is trying to copy or "custom" it
They're nice...wouldn't be a bad consolation shoe if you couldn't get the Foam's (which many won't be able to either).
they didn't post the finished pics, the finished pics show the final coat as well as the glow in the dark soles and logos
Amen, I'm glad someone actually has realized that. We customizers are more than flipping colorways, it just happens these types always get the shine because they're relatable to a wider audience.
Damn that.....these r raw pimp!!! I get why u did this and I must say u did VERRRY well!! Wuld cop em' if u sold em'!!