March 7, 2012 BY John Kim
With custom sneakers so popular as they are right now, we haven’t seen many Foamposite re-creations. It’s fairly understandable considering the sheer cost of mutilating a pair of Foamposite might be tough for some to swallow, and every Foamposite release preceding the ‘Galaxy’ featured nothing more than a simple (yet nicely-selected) tonal colorway. After showing you the ‘Electro-Galaxy’ custom last week, another Foamposite custom was brought to our attention – this sick iridescent and glossy version dubbed the ‘Invisibility Cloak’ by the artist – Eye Create Customs. Employing the same persona as the Kobe VII of the same name, this Invisibility Cloak Foamposite sticks outs with its eye-catching stance, but this actually opens up a fresh new topic of discussion: after the release of the Galaxy Foamposite, do you expect more Foamposite releases that dabbles a bit more on graphics and perhaps gradient colorways rather than the simple tonal make-up? Check out the gallery of this Air Foamposite One ‘Invisibility Cloak’ custom after the jump and give us your thoughts on the potential tangent of future Foamposite releases.
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