Nike Dunk High “Sea Sick” Customs By El Cappy

August 11, 2012 BY / 3

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Last week Sneaker News showed you an interesting sneaker custom done by El Cappy utilizing an all-over graphic of anchor, but perhaps that idea was born with this particular shoe. Check out the Nike Dunk High ‘Sea Sick’ Customs by El Cappy, done for a repeat customer out in San Francisco; the customer’s location in the port city is a clear nod to the nautical theme of the shoe, with the chain hanging from the heel adding to that anchor theme. More of this custom below, so take a look and hit up El Cappy at his website to get your own customs made, and let us know if you like these better than the Air Jordan V ‘Anchor’ custom.

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3 comments
SneakerGuru
SneakerGuru

I like these dunks....something different n the dunk world

DominicD
DominicD

We're going to be seeing a lot more anchor customs, it looks like el cappy made a custom release paper and wants to take full advantage of it

bbudron
bbudron

These look pretty good, El Cappy & Mache make the best customs.

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