May 2, 2013 BY John Kim / 0
Mache Customs has been a dominant force in the sneaker customs scene, but this time around, he extends a generous hand for a great cause – one that has had a direct effect on his personal life. In an effort to raise awareness of Pediatric Stroke Awareness month (in May), he created this incredible Nike LeBron X custom, using a silver Nike iD base and laced with deep purple ribbon graphics and the “Kandu” mascot – the official mascot for Pediatric Stroke survivors. Additional details include some personal messages, with “I Believe In A Pediatric Stroke Survivor” and “I Believe in JJ” proudly displayed on the inner sides of the ankle collars; Jayden, or “JJ”, is Mache’s son (now three years old) who suffered a pediatric stroke at birth. This is a great cause and a honorable effort to promote awareness for this widespread issue, so check out the photos below and get your bids in right now from the live auction from mlomas2295 on eBay.
These are pretty cool, thumbs up to Mache and I hope his son doesn't have any serious damage from his stroke.
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