Nike LeBron 9 Low ‘Nerf’ Customs By Mache Customs
The king LeBron customs hits us yet again with the pair of the LeBron 9 Low re-constituted as the ‘Nerf’, made popular by that sick KD IV release of last December. Just like his previous Nerf Customs of the LeBron 9, Mache Customs utilizes his un-matched skills of the paintbrush by adding the confetti-like detailing on the upper, which acts as a barrier between the purple and grey upper. Perhaps the only piece missing from this puzzle is paint splatter on the tongue that should be placed behind the LeBron James insignia, but that’s one that should be easily overlooked simple because these customs are, as expected, done with the utmost care. More of the Nike LeBron 9 Low ‘Nerf’ customs below and if you’re interested in copping these, you can purchase these custom bangers directly from Mache Customs.
I'm loving these!!!!!! Nike should've done this!!! Better than the easter pack, they could've done a NERF pack. That would've rocked!!!!
I agree with the first dude I'm sick of customs too but maches quality and ideas are above the rest..but his asking price is about as inflated as the shoe game market..I realize you'll have 1 of however many are made but that's what inflated quickstrikes are for..I commend you tho mache but for a 150 retail shoe a custom should be no more than 300 imo..
yo im not tryna hate on u im just saying mache needs to make money like every other person corp. out there selling shit. that being said, look at companies like nike where it costs $5-10 to make a shoe (labor included) and look how much they sell it for. now think about a customizer who has to buy the overpriced shoe itself, the paints (which are expensive for quality purposes (something nike lacks)) and who put in months of labor to produce the shoe and then still need to make a fair bit of money to survive. youll see that the prices arent that bad, of course we'd love to see all shoes sell for cheaper but everyones just trying to make money on anoter note OD long reply, thank you to anyone who reads lol
I was wearin js before you were born bud..the issue isn't how much goes into the custom..my issue was that is a damn piece of leather and an air pocket that the world now pays close to a note for and if we started to tone down the flipping prices in general it might be a more buyer friendly market..but seein as you are probably wearing tight jeans and rockin your cement 4s thinkin your an og at this shit..take it from a dude that was around when the concords were 125 and sat on the shelves for weeks..those were the days youngn..not 6 bills for a shoe..