Air Jordan VI “Atmos” Customs By DeJesus

June 10, 2012 BY / 28

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Creative minds precede creative products, and so fellas like Jason Negron, Mache Customs, and El Cappy have produced some of the craziest sneaker customs that we could only image just a few years ago. In regards to applying one theme onto a foreign object (for example, ‘Nerf’ onto the LeBron), the aforementioned guys as well as a select group of other have got it down pat. Their work has also opened up doors for others to tickle their imaginative fancy by embarking on their own custom projects, like this latest Air Jordan VI design put forth by sneaker customizer and restorer DeJesus. He applied Atmos’ take of the Air Max 1 onto the Air Jordan VI, using the elephant print on hte upper and the Black/White/Aqua colorway for that iconic touch. More shots of this custom below, so take a look and let us know what you think.


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28 comments
Kriss Kross
Kriss Kross

WIGGITY WIGGITY WIGGITY WIGGITY, WACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

chefrasta
chefrasta

i would rather rock fakes!!!!!

Dee
Dee

ammmm "NO"

cha
cha

too much "pop"

Nick Bartzis
Nick Bartzis

how to destroy a classic.. sorry but this is bad...

OGs_ONLY
OGs_ONLY

Ait take this shit out of here they fuckin up a classic shoe and you guys are expoilting this.

togusa
togusa

This dude is starting to piss me off destroying all these perfectly good Js like this...

Bossplaya
Bossplaya

These are dopee ! I wish I had the material to customize shoes..

dennisavalos
dennisavalos

you can't just force a cw on a sneaker. it's not meant to be.

detroitjfiend
detroitjfiend

thats 0-2 for mr dejesus with me.....i guess i can give an A for effort*shrug*

C.m. Heat
C.m. Heat

These are kinda dope. Started as Oreos I believe but a nice job I say! I like the use of ideas from one Jordan used on another like he did with the elephant print.

bromg
bromg

A for idea F for execution

Boy1Da
Boy1Da

the elephant print is random. should've stayed with the theme and made it black.

bam
bam

how is it random when it clearly says it's Atmos inspired... which is elephant, black, white and teal. true the elephant print was executed poorly, but it's still abiding to the inspiration they used.

aches1
aches1

What do you mean stay with the theme? The theme is from the Atmos AM87's, which have elephant print on them. These could be cool, but I don't know. Colour blocking doesn't seem to work like this.

maranello
maranello

there must be an unlimited supply of jordan 6s in the world?

gb_pdx
gb_pdx

Sorry dude, but that cement motif looks like a bunch of pubes…

kaveman
kaveman

these look trash, but it makes me wanna get the air maxes

Larry
Larry

Creative; yes. Ugly as hell; yes as well. Stop trying to recreate classic color ways.

Salimthadream20
Salimthadream20

Not feelin these! The colors just dont look good on the 6s

xXJETLIFEXx420
xXJETLIFEXx420

is that suppose to be elephant print????? still pretty good custom

t...
t...

looks like sperm cells...

mike
mike

people have been getting carried away with their customs lately..

AboveGreatness
AboveGreatness

Please Stop.

mdEEzy
mdEEzy

UH UH. Ugly colors. If you customize use some kind of relevant inspiration. Like NBA team colors maybe???

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