February 16, 2012 BY John Kim / 30
If you have two high-end sports cars sittin’ in your garage, you know you’re ballin’. The sexy two-seaters have become the apple of many motor-enthusiasts eyes since the days of the Porsche 64 that debuted in 1931, but sneaker customizer C2 was inspired by a more contemporary Porsche design – namely the Porsche 911 in the lustrous Agate Metallic Silver paint-job. Much like his previous sexy-red Porsche customs, this latest Air Jordan VI work features a custom Jordan crest on the heel with protruding exhaust pipes on the heel of the midsole to create that aggressive yet street-legal appeal. Much like the car itself, these Porsche customs are poised to break necks whenever they appear on the street. Check out the detailed gallery of this custom below and let us know what you think. via paintorthread
Tags: Air Jordan VI
naaaaa, these is whack...why? because them shits shiny as hell.....way too much of that paint ...PROPS for the design on the back and the mufflers should of had smoke coming out of them lol
i love them....just a little more red incorporated on the sole like the red/black 6's and they'd be perfect
Of course - there were tons of White/Varsity VI's that made it to the sale racks at the Nike Factory Stores. Get over it man.