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This Week in Custom Sneakers: 6/8– 6/14

June 14, 2013 BY / 1

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The past seven days were sort of slow for custom sneakers, as we clocked in at about one pair per day since our last edition of This Week in Custom Sneakers. Fortunately there’s plenty of quality even though there might not bee too much quantity. The Ironman theme was explored again on a “Metal Guy” version of the Nike Dunk High, the New Balance 574 got some more custom love, the Nike LeBron X saw another “Weatherman” style, and JBF presented his latest Python’d out Air Jordan. Get a load of those and the rest of the hits from this past week in custom designs and then tell us in the comments which was your favorite.

Air Jordan IV “Red Python” by JBF Customs

Nike Roshe Run “Venice Beach” by AMAC Customs

Nike LeBron X “Weatherman” Customs by DMC Kicks

Nike Dunk High “Metal Guy” by Diversitile & 3R Customs

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npt

those flyknits arent custom apart from the lame pigeon stuck on

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