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Nike Air Force 1 High “Multi-Camo” Customs by El Cappy

March 18, 2013 BY / 3

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As camo continues to get more and more prevalent on sneaker releases, customizer El Cappy decides to grab a bunch of separate prints at once rather take on the various options one by one. The result is the Nike Air Force 1 High “Multi-Camo” pair, which puts on tiger, desert, and leopard variations of your favorite brown and olive military look. The sneakers also feature a little nod to the increasing presence of python in the custom scene, with a custom tongue tab that utilizes red snakeskin. See more on the Nike Air Force 1 High dressed up in all kinds of camo below and hit up El Cappy with an inquiries if you like what you see.















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3 comments
goodafresh
goodafresh

I'm feelin these joints, its ill to see how far custom kicks are going?

KnicksSwish78
KnicksSwish78

all of joe venuto x el cappy customs are trash, mache is way better and dejesus kicks are way better too

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