October 1st, 2013 by John Kim / 18
The Air Jordan V and the Nike Air Command Force are sneakers of the same era-the two releasing just a year apart (The Air Jordan V made its debut in 1990 and the Command Force a year later). Erasing the gap between the two sneakers is this latest joint from Ramses, which brings the original black and yellow blocking for that pumped up Nike shoe onto the Air Jordan V. Do you think the results top the previous Air Jordan IV “Command Force” creation? Give us your thoughts as far as a head to head battle between the two customs down in the comments and then get in touch with creator Ramses with any inquiries.
now this is what I call a custom...SOMETHING ORIGINAL AND FRESH! Not something thats already been done 1000000000x
Very rarely do I like custom colorways, but these V's right here are an absolute masterpiece! Just simple and clean as I wished the new retail colorways of the 2013 V's would be. Instead, we got Bel-Air and elephant-print clown shoes and the 28000th black variaton of them ... Good work Ramses, they should hire you.
I like these. Nice job!. I wonder what the toe cap would look like if it was the same color as the heel?
Fire Red 3M tongue. You can see the red where the shark teeth meets the clear sole on the right shoe. You can also see the red coming through on the lining.
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