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Nike Air Max 1 “Freddy” Customs by MajorHeat Productions

January 13, 2014 BY / 7

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The ‘Freddy Krueger’ is one of the rarest Nike SB Dunk Lows on record, a scrapped sample design by Todd Bratrud that got axed due to copyright issues.  In fact, it’s gotten to the point that customs inspired by the Freddy Dunks might outnumber the legit pairs of SBs, and this new work from MajorHeat Productions is right up there with the best of them.  This Nike Air Max 1 ‘Freddy’ includes the blood-splattered suede upper, applies Krueger’s sweater striping to the mesh, and goes the extra step for an SB tribute with those unmistakable oval laces.  Click in to see how they compare to the other ‘Nightmare’ Nikes we’ve seen over the years and let us know if this is one of the pairs you dream about owning.

Source: Brandon Mayes


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LUX09NC

Dope as hell, but lose the black midsole!



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