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Air Jordan IV “What The Fake” Customs by Revive

November 19, 2012 BY / 11

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“Did I Do Thaaaat…?”

Only 80’s babies will understand that above reference to the time when “TGIF” meant sitting in front of the TV screen and not causing trouble with friends. Television has changed considerably since the peak of TGIF’s line-up of shows, and the same goes for the sneaker game; the reception to kicks has broadened to incredible dimensions that a once-maligned hobby – customizing kicks – is now one of trendiest aspects of the culture. Just a few years ago, custom kicks were often mistaken for counterfeits, particularly during a time when Louis Vuitton/Burberry-print Air Force 1s, Spongebob Squarepants Dub Zeros, and the infamous Big Pun ‘Jumpman’ joints swam around shady sneaker channels and were up for sale on Canal St. (the epicenter of all-things-variant).

Revive Customs, who has impeccably captured the ‘What The’ essence, hits us with a ‘What The Fake’ custom Air Jordan, calling out to days when counterfeit kicks ran amok while teetering on the sensitive line that separates fake from custom. Revive’s been doing the custom thing for a while (you might even remember his Air Force 1 ‘Canal St.’customs), so he understands firsthand how a pair of re-painted kicks could be confused with a fake, but as we mentioned before, things have changed indeed. Louis Vuitton, Spongebob, Big Pun, and even Steve Urkel’s face done ‘Mars Blackmon’ style make cameo appearances on this latest ‘What The’ custom, so check out the images below and give us your personal ‘fake sneaker’ story that you just can’t forget!

Revive Customs’ Nike Air Force 1 High ‘Canal St’ from April 2009

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11 comments
kyucca
kyucca

So you cuztomize real...to look fake...then call it real fakes...riiight...that was well thought out

YungDav3
YungDav3

Honestly i would wear these but would have a problem convincing people that they're REAL !! *Not sayin they're FAKE*

Rockaway Bully
Rockaway Bully

I would never wear those 4's to crazy for me to much going on

"C.E.O."
"C.E.O."

I respect the work Revive. It's simply hilarious what one can do while customizing shoes; especially when one uses a pair of Uptowns as a template.

BoricuaSole
BoricuaSole

Hahaha ive actually seen people wit kicks like this.

DreamChaser
DreamChaser

Aint it ironic that there going to make fake pairs of these.

Lilmr81
Lilmr81

Creative as hell, loud as hell, and well done. I like the idea behind these even though I couldn't see them on my feet.

Da_Real_Big_Infinite
Da_Real_Big_Infinite

@Big_Infinite don't b mad cuz da olives u got early where made in Germany LOL

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