June 13, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 17
JBF Customs is bringing his luxurious reptilian style to the Air Jordan IV once again. This time he’s releasing a custom that leap-frogs the release date of the retail colorway it’s inspired by-the Air Jordan IV “Fire Red Nubuck”. As you can see, the beautiful scaly texture wraps the upper of this latest pair from his “incomparable” series, with the leather tongue tags again going black on us. Stay with us after the jump to see the Air Jordan IV “Fire Red Python” job from JBF Customs and then hit his site tomorrow at 1 PM EST for the chance to buy a pair.
I love the idea but if they had used the Toro 4s it would have looked waaay better.That midsole and the white netting fucks up the look of the sneaker.
WTF! This is horrible. These shoes look like they developed some kind of skin disease. This needs to stop. SMFH
When I look at this i think dragon skin more than any kind of snake. They look dope but would be way better with a different sole like Josiah said.
These would've been a better custom with the 'bred' sole/wing/heel tab as apposed to the 'fire red' sole/wing/heel tab. idk, the red-on-red parts on the shoe look a little weird, because they do not completely match..
@JFresh_136 you seemed to miss the point