August 9th, 2013 by John Kim / 14
Just yesterday in our Sneaker News Select Discussion surrounding the overall landscape of sneaker releases, we touched on Foamposites and how the growing trend of graphic prints have coerced a mix of responses from the sneaker community. Sneaker Customs play a big role in the graphic-friendly movement of Foams, but as long as the concepts are clean and thought out, there’s no telling when this trend will end. Smooth Tip shows us his “Morphology” Foamposites, combining a stark mix of outer-space Galaxy-themed graphics with a silver star dotting to create an unusual gradient effect, with the volt innards and lacing and green outsole providing even more of a punch. Your thoughts on this custom job? Check it out below and let us know what you think.
Tags: Nike Air Foamposite One
I don't like the front , shoulda made it with like moon craitors or leave them white, the stars look ugly
Why so many ppl bitching..THIS IS A CUSTOM! < "Custom" root word of "CUSTOMIZE" - tomodify(something)accordingtoacustomer'sindividualrequirements. Shits go hard. Were they made for everyone no! so stop talkin bout "oh my eyes" and "Stop with this shit" this art work is insane. Very great finish. How dare u talk trash about GOOD art. Niggas these days have barely 2% creativity and imagination. Typa dudes that didnt play outside. young ass niggas... smh i feel bad for yall.
@KtShowers I agree i love the creativity! If this was an article with Wale wearing these they would all be sweating his nutz. If Nike released them you better believe they would sell out. I've checked out smoothtip's website and he definitely has talent, Good job!!!