December 31, 2012 BY John Kim / 13
With the rise of popularity in custom sneakers comes added recognition from sneakerheads that have a little extra money to throw around. Jordan Retros will run you nearly $200 these days, but if you have your paper right, you can get them custom-made – like these Air Jordan IV ‘Python’ customs that were made for Jets superstar Darrelle Revis. These crafty IVs, commissioned by Revis’s manager John Geiger as a Christmas gift to his good friend and client, were made by JBF Customs, who, throughout all of his projects seen on Sneaker News, relied once again on incredible materials and details rather than a simple colorway change. Peep these sick ‘Python’ customs after the jump and let us know what you think.
Add’l photo: John Geiger
yea these are fresssshhhh mang, they are a lil too bulky looking for sum reason real quick, but just the concept overall is enuff to cop, good shit
Sick as F'k! Niiiice job! Jordan Brand should do something similar for this years' YOTSnake. Jordan 4, Jordan 5, whatever