July 25th, 2013 by John Kim / 18 c
It’s been quite some time since we were treated to an Air Jordan XI Low that utilized red for its patent leather strip. Of course this pair doesn’t do quite that, as the patent leather is actually switched out for a luxurious red python treatment. The whole snakeskin wave in the custom scene has been an awesome one, taking various silhouettes to new, premium heights that we’d imagine the likes of Jordan Brand won’t be touching any time soon-especially given Nike INC’s pledge from a couple years back to stop using real deal animal skin on such a large scale. Take a better look at the Air Jordan XI Low “Red Python” from CMB Kicks after the jump and stay tuned to see which model gets the treatment next.
Tags: Air Jordan XI Low
nice concept ( LEAVE THE NUMBERS ALONE MAN ISH !!! USE THOSE UGLY LEBRONS THEY NEED MAKEOVERS BAD NOT THE JORDANS SMH ( HONESTLY ONE OF THE BEST CUSTOMS ON A JORDAN IVE SEEN )
nope!!! staright whack!! trying to hard to stand out and be different! them things look super cheap and obviously they are trying to get credit for be original but far from it! smh
Not killing my concord 11s from coolshoeshines.com...But id rock these 11 lows i just dont like the patchy skin texture.
why does it seem like all snake skin customs i see have the same snake skin pattern? i know all snakes scales are different but it just always seem like they use the same pattern. is it me? but anyhow, these are iight. B+
@dopeman978 It's all python.