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Nike Air Yeezy 1 “Red October” by JBF Customs

October 31st, 2013 by / 6

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October isn’t over yet. JBF Customs recognizes that, and has thus served up this jaw-dropping custom pair of Air Yeezys right on time. His approach brings the “Red October” theme over to the first Nike Air Yeezy release. Of course, it also brings his signature python touches, upping the luxury of that already slick looking sneaker. Other details include a crushed velvet lining, “I Am A God” branded insoles, and a Horus logo as borrowed from the second Air Yeezy. Continue reading to get a complete look at this “Red October” pair of Yeezys and get in touch with JBF Customs for inquiries on a purchase (There will only be four made total).


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6 comments
mae1
mae1

oktober is already gone

Jokoko
Jokoko

Shoes shape is off! What happened dude?

js96ss
js96ss

No matter how your customize it, the yeezy is just a butt ugly shoe.

eahjordan
eahjordan

Same python, different shoe.

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