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Air Jordan IV “Black Python” Customs by McMaggi

September 9th, 2013 by / 13

The Air Jordan IV is back in a new python snakeskin custom makeup, this time presented by a craftsman whose work is gracing the Sneaker News pages for the first time.  These ‘Black Python’ Jordan IVs by Russian customizer McMaggi follows in the footsteps of earlier serpentine Fours from JBF, in an arrangement that most closely resembles 2006’s ‘Black Cat’ release.  Let us know what you think of McMaggi’s first splash, including how it compares to the best retooled AJ4s, and stick with Sneaker News for the latest customs.


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ehayden777
ehayden777

Someone please tell me where to buy please!! Be exact if u can.

sshh2
sshh2

Now this is how you do a great custom retro Jordan.

1980Fonzie
1980Fonzie

This is what you get when you combine a Black Mamba with a pair of Jordan IV's. Spittin Straight Venom!!! Coiled up and Ready to Strike!!! #YearoftheSnake

npt
npt

yea but black mambas arent black..its the inside of their mouth



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