August 15, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 11
The Nike Roshe Run definitely isn’t a sneaker that you would take a look at and immediately think of turning into an Air Jordan III. Unless you’re JP Custom Kicks, that is. The man has been down this path before, transferring everything from general release colorways to super limited ones of to the Roshe body. This time around he’s given us a couple more of the former-that would be the “True Blue” and “White/Cement”. See both of them by hitting the jump with us and then drop your two cents on the sneakers in the comments section.
Tags: Nike Roshe Run
@tuddyt Why do a Jordan tribute on Nike's sneakers these are weak. Why pay 225.00 for this shit just cop some real Mikes. All the t-shirts with classic logos are called logo flip t-shirts. So just because graphic tee do means that its OK for you to do it to your shoes too. That's a joke.
I got the black cement ones he did a few months ago. I wear em as everyday beaters because the comfortable as hell them being Roshes and all but also because the quality isn't all that on the paint job. The elephant print in the sample pics, you can tell are worked on with some time and effort, on the shoes I received its just a bunch of black chicken scratch. Not worth the cost of the paint job in my opinion.
@TheMacLikeRoni how much did you pay?
This Works for me. How bout all the t- shirts that used classic logo's but their message. Nba logo has been copied to death. This is a Tribute. Not an old re-hash. JP people could get $225 outs me for this. I'm sure it's more. Incredible!!!!!
@mikejr222 You tripping Bruh, These unnecessary customs are soooo weak. You don't need those in your collection. Just cop some Mikes. The whole purpose of doing a custom is to be most original, not copy off of some over saturated Jordan's. Its like doing a Yeezey colorway custom. Weak !!
these look amazing. he did an outstanding job on these 2. i would love to have these in my collection