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Nike Air Max 1 “Black Cement Laser” Customs by Absolelute

September 25th, 2013 by / 3

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When you’re a manager at arguably the world’s finest sneaker consignment shop, you’ve seen more than your fair share of exclusive heat.  It probably takes a little something extra to impress someone like Flight Club NY employee Daweezy, and that’s exactly what he’s gotten in the latest drop from laser etching customizer Absolelute.  Daweezy and Absolelute linked up on a Nike Air Max 1 Premium iD, which utilizes the currently available Elephant print option with an Air Jordan-leaning colorway, and has both the recipient’s name and likeness carved into the upper’s suede.  So these channel Mark Smith’s laser and Mars Blackmon’s mug as seen on a couple of AJIVs with the III’s signature print, all atop the original Air Max runner, which makes this one supreme Tinker Hatfield mashup.  Let us know what you think of the shoes (and matching bag) after you’ve seen more below and stick with Sneaker News for the latest and greatest customs.

 

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