SBTG x Nike Cortez “South Sin” Customs

June 26, 2012 BY / 5

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Oh Mark Ong where have you been? The sneaker customizer a decade deep in the game has been a little quiet in recent years as far as actually working with sneakers, his latest full on collection being that for the imagined Deer Valley Titans squad. This time around the man also known as SBTG is back to work on a one of one for Nike brass Joaquin Hidalgo (check the back tabs), applying his masterful hand to a leather pair of the Nike Cortez. Stay with us after the jump to get a better look at the flame-tipped result of the so called “South Sin” customs and stay with Sneaker News for more word on what SBTG is up to these days.


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umdaman
umdaman

...feeling the art-work.They have a over-seas type of feel.

JoJo
JoJo

Reminds me of Bam Bam Bigelow

Dre la sole
Dre la sole

That's nice!! not like some of the "crappy" retrospect we've been seeing.

Squizzard
Squizzard

I agree. You'd probably get more likes if the people commenting on this post weren't born in 2000

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