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Air Jordan 1 “Venetto” Customs by JBF & Regularolty

April 19, 2013 BY / 2

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JBF Customs is without question the chief of the customs tribe that deals with high-end materials – most notably the leather python skins he’s used to punch up shoes like the Air Jordan 1. This latest Air Jordan 1 customs is dubbed the “Venetto” for that high-end wine appeal, using rich bordeaux-colored leather and cork material on the upper, with a sick wooden box packaging. Done in conjunction with regularolty, these are indeed a 1-of-1 in the popular size 10, and an auction for these is going live on Tuesday, April 23rd, so stay tuned for more updates and check out the amazing box below.

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sweet baby jesus.... JBF is hands down my favorite customizer ; these, the Python 1's, the Balmain Adidas, and the JETlife Blazers are so out of control, just to name a few.... 



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