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This Week in Custom Sneakers: 8/17 – 8/23

August 23, 2013 BY / 0

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The past seven days in custom sneakers certainly started off with a bang, as two of the biggest names in the scene teamed up for a crazy Air Jordan V project. The rest of the time between then and now didn’t disappoint. Jake of JBF fame shredded up a BAPE jacket and outfitted a Nike Air Force 1 Mid with its remains, Dank gave us the inevitable Nike SB Dunk Low “Bred”, and Rocket Boy Nift got away from his TV-show theme for a historic MJ tribute. See all those and more after the click and then, as always, tell us which custom sneaker from this week you liked the most.



Nike Zoom Turf Jet ’97 “Monster” by Mache Customs


Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse “Jedi” by Dank Customs


Air Jordan IV GS “Black/Cement” Customs by FETTi D’BIASI


Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Bape” by JBF Customs

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