November 26, 2012 BY John Kim / 10
With the releases of the Nike Mag last year and 2010’s DeLorean-inspired 6.0 Dunks, it’s clear that Nike’s holding the Back To The Future movie saga close to its vest. All-things-Marty have been a popular choice for custom kicks as well, but have we seen one as detailed like these? Check out these Nike Air Force 1 Low Foamposites modeled after the iconic DeLorean time-traveling car; Expression Airbrush gives the shoe incredible detailing with the rear lights on the heels and body side-moldings on the upper with the bolts of electricity on the Swoosh. The box itself is designed after the flux capacitor, which gives the DeLorean its ability to zip through periods of history. A full viewing of this amazing project is right ahead so take a look and let us know what you think of these BTTF-inspired custom kicks!
Dope imo. Btw, to any sneaker customizer out there, where's a good place to buy an airbrush? Thanks in return.
*Doc Brown Voice* GREAT SCOTT! Yo nike needs to holla at him and release as a support to Parkinson's Disease. Nice custom, 5 stars
Nasty!!! He took one of the ugliest releases of the year IMO. And made it look sick, with the matching box they are complete! Nike seriously needs to get head hunters like the pros and college sports. Find these guys and put them to work! I'd but these in a 13 yo!
@"C.E.O." if its a starter kit... cheap kind but works.. google harbor freight tools... better stuff try coast airbrush.
@Thigh_pillowz Or Nike could just not holler at him and use the concept anyway, since he used a Nike product and it still shows Nike branding Nike owns the rights to the concept.