February 2, 2013 BY John Kim / 0
The 2006 release of the “Olive” Air Jordan V was incredibly popular for its resemblance to the coveted and unreleased UNDFTD x Air Jordan IV. Using that Retro release as the base, Mache Customs emphatically alters the appearance of the shoe with a few minor changes – namely the blacked-out midsole and upper lace eyelets as well as the darkened tongue. Do you like Mache’s variation of “Undefeated”, or do you prefer the Retro as it was originally intended? Let us know in the comments below.
This is my olive drabs V's (ls) that i got in 06 that he painted on (not this specific pair but...).......lol.. only jordan ever with the fabric and texture that feels and looks like the meat of a young tree branch when the top layer is peeled off ...and the green insides exposed...
Believe it or not these were on sale for the longest (couple of years it seemed) on PYS ...for 199$ .. a steal imo for this shoe......now they dam near 400 ... on top web sites...lol smh
@HeGotShoeGame the fact that he got a napkin under the shoe makes me think he just sharpied the black to death and painted a lil white on the back ...like a rush rush job...
@HeGotShoeGame honestly, and ima 5 fan to da fullest, I actually like it without da teeth. Jus on dis particular pair. Can't b fuckin up a classic now lol.. but I see wat u sayin bout keepin it true
@Brazy_ness Lol that makes no sense, because there's a napkin underneath the shoe you're led to believe he used a sharpie? Dudes always lookin for a reason to hate
@Brazy_ness - u kno.. one piece of the shoe tht look a lil suspect, i agree. @ DRBI- i feel wht u saying, guess thts what makes us all diff frm ea other. to ea his own - be easy