June 27, 2013 BY Aaron Hope / 14
If you were going to transform an Air Jordan into something approximating the Nike Air Yeezy 2, what’s your jumping off point? We’ve seen a couple of IVs, which makes sense because we know how much Kanye loves that sole on the Air Flight ’89. IIIs are a given because they’re perhaps the most universally beloved of all Jordans. VIs were a part of the first Air Yeezy’s sampling process and at one point gave it a sole. But with the molded heel, fashion forward premium construction and of course number, one could argue that there’s no better match than the underrated Air Jordan II. Here we see Taiwanese designer William Yo add a midfoot strap to a ‘Solar Red’ colorup that lands on what appears to be the 2010 black/white release. Let us know how these compare to the aforementioned Jordan x Yeezy customs and stick with Sneaker News for the latest.
Idk bout all these "custom kicks" to me there fakes bootlegs or what have you some of them are truly pieces of art but those are original kicks that are taking to next level but the only dude I give it to is chef from gourmet kicks the rest of y'all stop with the bangbangs please