December 14, 2011 BY Aaron Hope
It doesn’t even matter what the box says. Next February’s Air Jordan IV Retro will remain forever tied to the ‘White Cement’ original thanks to the use of a black splatter print across the grey eyelet wing and midsole. And speaking of cement colorways, here comes a new custom Air Jordan VI created by a guy who’s known for switching up classic palettes. But El Cappy‘s ‘Cement’ AJ6 isn’t exactly what you might expect, as it bears no direct resemblance to any OG AJIII or IV, rather, appropriating the Three’s signature elephant print in something like an ‘Un-Motorsports’ application. They certainly have the all-over cracked appeal to suggest urban decay, but could this custom creation have been even more cement-y with a grey base? Click through to see more of this unique Air Jordan Legacy remix and let us know how they compare to El Cappy’s other color swaps and the variety of customs we showcase here on Sneaker News.