August 5, 2012 BY Brendan Dunne / 25
Before you get your pitchforks out about the return of the Air Jordan Fusion line bear with us for a second. As you can probably tell these aren’t of the Air Jordan Force ilk proper, but rather a custom creation from one intrepid sneakerhead. As we all know the soles are often the first to go on a vintage pair of Air Jordans, so why not breathe some new life into them by outfitting the bottoms with another iconic style from the house that Knight built? Click through with us to the renovation (one that unfortunately includes chipping off the Jumpman from the back end) of an otherwise beat pair of the Air Jordan III ‘True Blue’ from about a decade back and let us know if you’ve ever tried your hand a similar restoration. Photos: kenlu
sometimes it's just time to throw them away. take pics so you have proof you owned them but putting them on an AF1 midsole just makes it look even worse
these look like fusion 3's that came out in black and light blue, i know cuz i got them in my closet. all the af1 is missing is that air bubble that came with the fusions but what i want to speak about is who the hell wore them down like that. those 3's look like they took them off the feet of a homeless man. jesus those 3's are BEAT TO HELL. "i don't LIKE" (chief keef voice)
YIKES! Looks like he wore those every day for a decade haha. but naw he shoulda just left them alone. He took a shoe that was DEAD and gave it life. . . its the sneaker frankenstien
Omg Please Stop with these Fusion customs,Its dissapointing, F*** Restoring kicks if theyre looking like that.
how in the hell do you get your shoes anywhere near that messed up, looks like it went though some tsunami.
Wtf happened to that 3 looks like a Katrina survivor. And please stop this this home made fusion garbage. Would it have been that hard to get a 3 sole?