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Air Jordan 5 “Red Spitting Cobra (Y.O.T.S.)” by Mr. Exclusive Customs

December 22, 2013 BY / 6

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As long as there’s still time left in the Year of the Snake, sneaker customizers are gonna still be creating reptilian shoes. Well, we don’t exactly expect the trend to stop once that year is over, but the trend has proved particularly prevalent in 2013. The latest shoe of that sort we’ve spotted is this Air Jordan 5 remix, which takes the “Raging Bull/Toro” pair from the Defining Moments Pack and slaps a crazy black and red cobra look on (Check out the reworked fang detail on the shark teeth). Get the rest of the images on these unique Jordans after the break and get in touch with Mr. Exclusive for inquiries.


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6 comments
obiz9
obiz9

well done...but a little too crazy for me

FuckinTheWorld_
FuckinTheWorld_

If he woulda done the rest of the toe box he woulda had me sold



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