April 9, 2013 BY Aaron Hope / 20 c
Sneaker News last profiled an El Cappy Air Jordan custom job about three weeks ago, when he applied the soon-to-return ‘Grape’ AJ5 look to that silhouette’s sequel. His latest sticks with the Air Jordan VI as a canvas, but instead of the previous season’s standout colorway, this theme is focused squarely on the end of the 1990-91 campaign. This ’91 Champ’ custom celebrates a sequence of achievements starting with the regular season record that secured the Chicago Bulls home court advantage in the Eastern Conference with this highly detailed gilded design based on the first of His Airness’ six NBA Championship Rings. Diamond tooling, Bulls logo embossing and Larry O’Brien lacelocks are just some of what you’ll see in more images below; leave a comment to let us know what you think of El Cappy’s latest spectacular move.
Photos: El Cappy
i love the work and creativity but your messing up quality shoes smh ( never mess with a classic) smh
wtf....! I cant stop lookin' ahh this shoes, broth, very splendid.
imma get one when its release as sooner to rock em' Madly! and Psycho it on street 4.ma Hatez see me Rollin' hahh..
you can wear them and walk around paris..the color fits most buildings there..opera, versailles palace etc..so ugly
@troysumpter I agree with you bro