Air Jordan IV “Wheaties” Customs by Emmanuel Labor
Sneaker designers are more likely than ever before to jam interesting story-based elements into their work, but this new custom job is arguably the most faithful to its inspiration. Did you ever think you’d see a sneaker that could double as a survival kit thanks to build in cereal and milk reservoirs?! This new Air Jordan IV ’Wheaties‘ custom by Emmanuelabor goes the extra mile by not only matching perfectly a classic General Mills cereal box with its colorway, but also replacing two of the AJ4′s signature elements with actual foodstuffs (genuine Wheaties, but an unnamed milk substitute). Look for yourself at more photos below so you can let us know where these rank in the growing canon of jaw-dropping custom kicks and stick with Sneaker News for the latest.
the milk bag will explode from gas reproduced by microorganisms-happened to my roommate some years ago after letting the bottle of milk out of the fridge.
oh, and the shoe looks crap.
@NickBartzis You are a retard for that comment, and you have not a lighthearted bone to you, except maybe the bone up your butt.
@Fosterakahunter what i am saying is a fact, if you did not know this or even if you did not do a research before writing this comment....you are a dump and retard, you dont even know the standard biology facts.
oh, and you father sucks my balls while i fuck your mother :)
ok wtf is this! first that milk is gona spoil in a couple days and second cereal in the fucking shoe?!? just stop
This stuff has officially gotten out of control. Who the hell puts cereal n milk on their shoes. So fucken retarded!!!!!!!!
Everyone hates on creative customs like these..but if someone put some fucking yeezy colorway on it, you wanna be's would be deep throating it. It's stupid..this is how customs should be done. Anyone can copy another shoes colorway. It take time and effort to do something like this. I think it is dope.
@Nickkatherina That is real. Did anyone see the gold-painted Yeezy2? That is how NOT to pull off a custom. THIS is how it should be done if you're gonna do it. Anyone dissing these is probably camping out for gen-release Jordan Brand garbage of diminishing quality on the regular. No humour or imagination.
if u didnt know those were wheaties on the side of the shoe, it might look like some creepy mold or something