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Air Jordan V “Prince of Fresh” Customs by Rocket Boy Nift

September 13th, 2013 by / 15

Rocket Boy Nift is a name that we’ve seen associated with plenty of different Jordan silhouettes, but the Air Jordan 5 is definitely the most common amongst them. Shown here is his latest creation on that palette, on that puts on quite a few different patterns across its upper. The sneakers are actually a compilation of all the different “Fresh Prince” customs that the man has made over the years, which explains the busy scheme. Get more familiar with this Rocket Boy Nift piece after the break keep it locked on Sneaker News to find out what he cooks up next.





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kshaun12
kshaun12

not bad, but you can see thru the paint like...

LUX09NC
LUX09NC

Too much going on and poor quality.

npt
npt

those quais look sketchy

CC221
CC221

these look terrible.idk what it is. maybe the texture of the paint in the first 2 pics make it look very amateur

obiz9
obiz9

not sure what i think other than im surprised the quai s were used

Cpack
Cpack

wow this is something ritte lol

kchinn8
kchinn8

The first pic of them is dope though. I can't lie



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