June 27, 2012 BY John Kim / 0
The ‘South Beach’ theme has been insanely popular since we were graced with its existence in late 2010, so one could make the argument that the Teal/Pink combination will go down as one of Nike’s immortal colorways. Always the focus of custom jobs, South Beach comes up yet again with this cleanly done Air Jordan 2011 custom job, with the molded-leather upper only adding to the beach-like effect. Aside from the obvious alterations in color, ShowtimeXII on NT made a simple structural change by creating conventional shoe-lace holes as seen in the LeBron 8 (the Air Jordan 2011 has a hidden no-show lacing system. We’ve already seen Jordan Brand take the South Beach route with some of its CMFT releases, so do you think the brand should make it onto an Air Jordan? Check out the additional shots of this custom below and let us know what you think.
Tags: Air Jordan 2011
2011s were really not that bad considerin what came before and after..... these are decent and those yotr's were pretty fresh
Colorway is way too played out but I gotta say that this is one shoe that it actually looks good on.
Nice work and good detail. But, can we please stop with the south beach colorway. It has been beat into the ground and had its face eating by zombies now! please just stop it, there are far more creative ideas to be explored beyond the South Beach and Galaxy CW's.
This looks great and would be even more impressive if the SB colourway hadn't already been done to death. I do think that this is the best jordan SB custom that I have seen though, it works really well with this shoe, and the guy did a great job.
I am not one to leave a wasteful negative comment, but i am so sick of "customs" being considered news.
Only thing nice is the detail on the hang tag...other then that just another played out south beach custom
Hang tag good idea color way on this shoe is great its just to bad this color way is over used were is shouldn't be because then when it looks good on shoes like this I still tend to think not the south beach again but good job?
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