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Air Jordan VII “Goldie” Customs By El Cappy

August 28, 2012 BY / 28

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air jordan vii goldie 1 Air Jordan VII Goldie Customs By El Cappy

This might be the closest thing to a gold-dipped Air Jordan we’ve ever seen, but there’s no surprise that it’s a custom, right? This latest banger from El Cappy reconstitutes ‘Golden Moment‘ (with an emphasis on gold) for a tonal upper and black contrast for a Premio-like level of luxury. The laces have been replaced with a shimmering golden rope, and the midsole ‘peaks’ have been switched to a solid gold as well to complete the exquisite nature of a true gold-dipped shoe, leaving us to wonder if maybe this type of design should’ve been the true ‘Golden Moment’ release. According to El Cappy, these were a custom order for hip-hop act A$AP Rocky, which Cappy notes with the custom heel-badges. More of this amazing custom work below, so give it a look and let us know if you think this version is better than the Golden Moments release!

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Jerronimo
Jerronimo

I think he used the Orion 7 colorway. All leather and the tongue would be pretty easy to dye a darker color. Not my style with the gold but the craftsmanship I can admire

ABoog
ABoog

I'm a gold fanatic so I am all for these sh*ts here

diplomats
diplomats

you guys need to learn something. it says vs(left shoe) vp (right shoe). behind the heel.. http://www.black-scale.com/?p=5094 look at this logo. If you guys knew something that emblem on top of the V is represented upside down as an A. A.S.A.P.  represents gold to the fullest. seems customized.

Lilmr81
Lilmr81

I just ran out of paint joe? Just use up all that gold we have cappy....

fly li
fly li

said it must beee

umdaman
umdaman

...too much for my taste.

187swizz
187swizz

This stuff is out of control!!!!  Total fail!!!!

BallHard15
BallHard15

I wouldnt put these on my feet lol. not feelin em, but good attempt

 

Jumpfan23
Jumpfan23

There ok i just hope he didnt use a pair from the gold medal pack that would be a waist

DaeDae
DaeDae

 @Jerronimo i think he used the cardinals because of the leather 

fly li
fly li

 @diplomats

 honestly i hate people like u that think that they kno everything WE ALL KNEW THAT hence the name GOLDIE as in the song I DIDNT NEED TO SEE THE BACK OF THE SNEAKER TO FIGURE OUT IT HAD SOMETHING TO DO WITH ASAP MOB OR BLACK SCALE  

diplomats
diplomats

put the shoes together it represents the rap group "A.S.A.P" . The A's are upside down for a reason. The group represents gold which is what they always talk about. Prove me wrong and lets talk son. Those kicks are gold as ice!

VaSneehed
VaSneehed

 @Jumpfan23 From the look of it, this pair is all leather.  I believe the GMP 7's were a mixture of leather and (nubuck or suede).  



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