October 10, 2013 BY John Kim / 15
The Air Jordan 5 “3Lab5” was a sneaker that pulled from the Air Jordan 3 in a rather singular fashion. The shoes didn’t take any color cues from that model, instead just pulling the elephant print sections over and super-sizing them. This custom creation from PKZUNIGA reins in some more Air Jordan 3 DNA what with the fire red sections that show up (Remember that the AJIII was the first to use that specific shade). Continue reading for more on this pair of custom Jordans and tell us down in the comments if you like what you see.
Source: PK Zuniga
awesome custom! this guy always finishes what nike starts with a much better product....nike should just ask pk how to make the shoe from the get go.
Ain't it amazing what a color change can do to a pair of sneakers? Hahaha.... I knew they were gonna get customized. I bet the AJ V "Seattle" or "DTRT" lookin' colorway are next hahaha....
INFUCKINSANE! The customs scene is SHUTTIN it down. These look hella nice. The differences between the first release are subtle. But it feels like a completely different shoe. Painted net is wierd. Aside from that it's dope. How hard would it to do this to a pair minus the painted net. I actually want these.
these look better...the only issue is that the painted net on the side...unreliable.. i m almost sure the paint will crack