November 7th, 2013 by Brendan Dunne / 10
There’s something to be said for custom sneakers that manage to look like an actual retail creation. That’s sort of been the calling card for Ramses Customs, who we last saw come through with an incredible Command Force inspired Air Jordan 5. This time around his canvas is the Air Jordan 10, a pair that sports a combination of Oreo-like speckling and some gold paneling-which has earned them the “Oro-eo” nickname (Derived from the Spanish word for gold). Continue reading to see more on this straightforward pair and then get in touch with Ramses with any inquiries.
@Shoedesigning101Not exactly a place unless you know a sneaker customizer, but if you got the time and patience to do so here's what you need to do to customize: http://www.complex.com/sneakers/2012/09/a-step-by-step-guide-to-sneaker-customization-by-mache/materials according to Mache.
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