April 17, 2013 BY John Kim / 18
Yeezy-inspired sneaker customs aren’t anything new to the Sneaker News frontpage, but for some reason, we’re still attracted to the concept – especially when we see one top another. The last time we showed you the Air Jordan IV in a “Yeezy” custom was back in January, but this latest version is a bit different as the base of this shoe is the Air Jordan IV “Bred” (for a suede upper), and the Horus logo replaces the original Flight patch on the tongue. That combination of Black, Solar Red, and vibrant neon green is what draws us in (and the only reason why kids are beasting over those Roshe FBs at the moment), so check out the Air Jordan IV “4eezy” Customs below and let us know what you think.
Cut the crap and just buy some REAL Solar Yeezy 2s already.. Quit fronting pretending to be something it's not..
if i saw someone wearing these in person i would think they were fake as hell. corny so sick of the yeezy color way its not even that good.
would never do that on a classic. crap imo. and the logo on the tongue looks like a big sticker that shouldn't be there
They don't look that bad on foot, good job from the looks of it! Looks like something Ye would wear.
@cyrilwilliams holla at jsm801 on instagram these are his customs.
@Yeswords Wack? NO. Overused? Hell yes!