Air Jordan III “Light-Up” Customs By Evolved Footwear
Anyone remember the original “light-up” shoes put out decades ago? That territory was all L.A. Gear (when’s the last time your heard that name), but it’s making a swift comeback for the adult-sized kicks thanks to a number of well-done custom jobs like the Air Foamposite One ‘Galaxy’ and the LeBron 9 joints. Sneaker customizer Evolved Footwear has been working on infusing lights into his kicks for a while, so following up his Dunk High Hyperfuse project from mid-April is a pair of the Air Jordan III; the upper appears to be completely untouched, with the only custom aspect of the shoe being the light-infused Max Air unit at the heel. Does this minute touch elevate the AJ3 to new heights, or is a shoe like the Air Jordan III better left untouched? Peep the extra images below and let us know your thoughts.
Unfornately due to my criminal lifestyle I'd have to refrain from wearing something like this. Due to the fact I'd get spotted from 200+ yards away. I dont even get down in my kicks with the 3m. But the 3's are in my top 5 j's so I don't know how I feel about these.
Like @david The last time I wore light up sneakers, I was 6 and they also, said LA Gear on them! And that will continue to be the last time! Think of the damage to the air bubble/cushioning.
Stop. Leave the light up shoes for the little kids to run around on the playground. Only shoe that's tolerable for any of us to wear as adults to light up is the Nike Air Mag and that's only because everybody loves and supports Michael J. Fox and his current battle with Parkinson's Disease and Back to the Future.
Looks like someone can't get enough of his childhood. Light up sneakers are for kids and meant to remain that way.
"everybody loves and supports Michael J. Fox and his current battle with Parkinson's Disease and Back to the Future" no they don't
Thank you Hay_porter for keeping it real. Though parkinson's is unfortunate plenty of fools like Jay_Porter beasted on those Air Mags and how they lit up and have beasted on them whether Michael J. Fox had them or not. Let's just be honest here!