February 26, 2013 BY John Kim / 11
Sometimes the simplest touches to a shoe transforms it into something exponentially better. That’s the basic formula that Jason Negron aka Sole Swap has gone after, as he’s mastered the art of the minor upgrade and created some of the best customs out there – mostly by changing the color of the sole. He hits the upcoming ‘Suns’ Foamposite release with a rather predictable upgrade (something that perhaps Nike should’ve done itself), pairing the Purple/Orange upper with a vibrant orange-tinted outsole. Check out the gallery of Sole Swap’s Nike Air Foamposite One ‘Suns’ below and stay tuned for the official retail release of the GR version this weekend.
He did what Nike should have done. Orange sole is much better but his soles are dyed. A truly translucent orange outsole would've been even better
These are real nice but can some other shoe customizers get a lit itle bit of exposure. If possible check out @Niked_out on Instagram.
Look better wit da orange sole... even tho da orange are off a bit in shade still think da orange sole should of been on da original phoenix phoams
Makes you wonder what the Hell kind of sense Gentry and the NSW team have. We been telling dude on Twitter for the longest to apply translucent soles, yet he still refuses to listen. SMH
A Detailed Look at the Nike Air Foamposite One “Tianjin” by John Kim 21 Comments