August 31, 2011 BY John Kim
Electric Green has infiltrated the Air Penny fortress, one that had been closely guarded by Black, Royal Blue and White tones for nearly two decades. Of course, once Anfernee’s reign in Orlando came to an end, we saw other interesting Air Penny color-ups in PHX Suns Purple/Orange and Miami Heat Black/Red/Yellow, but Electric Green? Where did that come from? In 2011, Nike Sportswear introduced the Nike Air Foamposite One and Pro in Electric Green colorways as well as the original Air Max Penny 1, which was featured as part of a ‘Highlighter Pack’ of Nike Basketball kicks.
Jason Negron, who’s sole swap-frenzy concepts have resulted in some great custom jobs, shows us his first featured chopped and screwed Air Max Penny 1, in which the white foam overlay from the original ‘Orlando‘ colorway is transplanted onto the Black/Electric Green base for a head-turning new look. Again, a job well done by the New Jersey-native sneaker customizer, so continue reading for a detailed look at his latest Air Penny swappage and hit up his Facebook page to inquire about your own personal customs.
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