Air Jordan IV “All Over Cement” by DeJesus Customs

July 8, 2013 BY / 8

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Jordan Brand themselves will be taking one of their iconic prints and blowing it up to an all-over level on the upcoming Air Jordan V “Elephant Print”. Taking a similar route is this Air Jordan IV custom from DeJesus, one that doesn’t have one pair of Jordans borrowing from another-instead the shoe picks up on its own cement speckle and uses it to a much larger degree. The end result is the Air Jordan IV “All Over Cement”, a shoe that ironically skips out on that pattern on the midsole sections where it first showed up. Continue reading for more images on this latest DeJesus Customs pair and give us your two cents on them down in the comments.







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8 comments
Sole_2_Sole
Sole_2_Sole

Not enough concrete, call the cement trucks!!! Lol

Facsimile
Facsimile

he needs to be dumped in the ocean wearing cement shoes, but not these.

cohee1ak
cohee1ak

Dejesus gotta be one of the worst In the game

justwin
justwin

No need to say much about these, the pics gives itself several insulting words.

dopeman978
dopeman978

simple safe custom. c+ nothing special

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