February 13, 2012 BY John Kim / 10
The custom sneaker sector has been growing at a rapid pace – some might even call it an ‘oversaturation’. It’s all about separating the men from the boys, and the distinction between two has never been more lucid. One such figure is Mache Customs, who has wowed the crowd with his unparalleled skills and unforgettable concepts and has placed himself on the uppermost tier of sneaker customizers thanks to his recent works like the Nike Zoom Rookie LWP ‘Galaxy’, which induced a swift increase in discussion in our comments section, and his various ‘Nerf’ customs, which featured a flawless transfer of the Nerf concept from the Zoom KD IV onto the Kobe VII and LeBron 9. Mache limits his projects to a specific number (twelve for the LeBrons), and one such pair has been up for auction for a few days, fetching an incredible number that could quite possibly reach that $4,000+ mark that a previous pair hit. Want to spice up your LeBron rotation? Check out more of Nike LeBron 9 ‘Nerf’ Customs by Mache below and get in on the bidding action with this listing from lilshk54321 on eBay.
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