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Nike Air Max 1 “Questlove” Customs By JWDanklefs

August 26, 2012 BY / 4

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Is the Air Max 1 moving up the sneaker custom power rankings? Most of what we’ve seen has been in the form of LeBron 9s or Air Jordans, but in light the ‘What The One’ customs from a two weeks back and this sick ?uestlove-inspired design, we just might have a new player in town. JWDanklefs, who has done some pristine work with Air Max customs before, transfers the famous 2008 1World Air Force 1 Low colorway with the red/green colorway and the elephant print on the midsole and quarter panel, but a second look will reveal that the elephant print has been given two different treatments (one has a green base, the other a black). More of this custom Air Max 1 below, so take a look and let us know what you think!

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friqle
friqle

where can I get them?

surhoff15
surhoff15

Great idea not bad execution 

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