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Air Jordan III “Sin City” Customs by Sekure D

August 20th, 2013 by / 6

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Veteran sneaker customizer Sekure D got his start eight years ago with a Dunk High inspired by Frank Miller’s Sin City.  The John Hartigan Dunks gave way to a total of five more inspired by the famed neo-noir comics, including this new style that in turn takes off on one of the artist’s earlier Sin City makeups.  D’s 2008 ‘Sinner’ Air Force 1 Low used the title script with greyscale graffiti, and this turns out to be a perfect match for the ‘Fire Red’ Air Jordan III.  The Sin City film sequel is confirmed but has no release date as of this writing; the shoe part II based on its visuals is up for grabs on the Sekure D webstore.

 

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Jamespchamp
Jamespchamp

these are really nice...real nice work here.  anyone doggin em doesn't come from a city with graffiti and can't appreciate that. 

"C.E.O."
"C.E.O."

I respect the work. Like the graffiti on 'em. 


MartinD44
MartinD44

Love the comics and the movie. Don't like these.

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