June 6, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 19
Mache is a man that seems mostly inclined to work with new age Nike Basketball stuff, specifically LeBron silhouettes, when it comes to his custom creations. That’s not to say he’s not capable of a mean pair of Jordans as well. Proving that is this sublime Air Jordan XI treatment, one labeled as the “Reverse DMP” thanks to its white and gold sections. Keep in mind that the base here was the Air Jordan XI “Silver Anniversary”, which explains the lack of a Jumpman for the back end. Get the full images after the jump and stay tuned to see what the creative mind of Mache comes up with next.
I like them but the black sockliner looks just a little too heavy up top. Plus what's up with the dirty midsoles? Not normal for Mache to show off his work like this. Good job on this custom though.
Mache simply doin' Jordan Brand's JOB hahaha... but I'd like to know how the non-leather material was customized by dying or with paint?
@Cop and Ball 33 Next time read the article before asking dumb questions
@Cop and Ball 33 He used the Anniversary 11's so there wasn't a jumpman at all.