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Nike KD V “Statue of Liberty” Customs by JP Custom Kicks

February 28th, 2013 by / 7

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Nike Basketball’s ‘Statue of Liberty’ concept was brought to life during the Battle of the Boroughs in NYC last August when one squad donned a sick Hyperposite colorway of Mint and Copper, representing the iconic landmark located on a small island off of Manhattan. Since then, ‘Statue’ has been a popular pick for sneaker customizers as we get a first look of Nike KD Vs done by JP Custom Kicks in similar style, going a bit lighter on the copper blotches on the upper. We’ve got a nice gallery of this custom job below so give it a review and let us know what other shoes you think might look good with the ‘Statue of Liberty’ treatment.

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7 comments
JosephNavarro
JosephNavarro

Is that the nike id clear transculent sole??

umdaman
umdaman

...some colorways don't work on every shoe

kicks67
kicks67

nice job, looks official.

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