August 3, 2011 BY Aaron Hope
That it’s even debatable that the five Air Jordan III Retro releases in 2011 (six if you count the rainbow GS joints) make it the year’s top Air Jordan Legacy silhouette is a testament to the overwhelming mass of top tier releases this year, so with such an unprecedented landscape for sneakerheads to navigate, it seems apt that a surprise contender has emerged to take its own shot at the model’s ’11 best. SBTG has the custom kicks game down to a science and his Air Jordan 3 customs might make you care as much about the fictitious Deer Valley Titans as the Chicago Bulls. Everything from the level of detail to the high contrast colorway is next-level stuff with this one, a substantial release that even if taking a backseat to the Cement OGs, would have to garner serious consideration for the custom crown. US sneakerheads can expect to pay a premium for the few pairs that make it beyond collectors at the August 5th release event, so click through to get a glimpse and let us know if you’ll take the effort to procure a pair.