April 16, 2013 BY John Kim / 29
Sneaker restoration is an art form that has been mastered by very few. The process of “sea glowing” and cleaning uppers has been one of the most oft-discussed topics on sneaker forums for years, but those who have managed to hone their skills have created some nice side-jobs for themselves – like RefreshPGH in the Pittsburgh area. He’s detailed some of his past projects in side-by-side format, with some dramatic before-and-after shots (like the Air Jordan VII “Hare”) that provide enough evidence that he’s good at what he does. Check out some of the restored kicks below and if you’ve got some gems that could use a bath, hit up RefreshPGH for an inquiry.
Filed under: Air Jordan
This is cool lol what if he just had really clean shoes and fucked em up for this before after lmaooo
i already know folks on ebay tryin to get yellowed out 11's and try and flip em back to look fresh thru dudes like this
they def do good work. from the burgh as well, can't wait to have a sneaker show. RefreshPGH is talking about organizing one soon.
Reppin the 412/724 right hereee!! Nice that the burgh gets some recognition, now we need to bring sneakercon to the burgh!! Now that would be the shit and I would be attending
Damn don't hate on the dude... he just getting money any way he could. Nice work man, keep doing ya thing