Nike Air Foamposite One ‘Lakers’ Customs By Jason Negron

April 4, 2012 BY

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If the opportunity for a custom presents itself, you’d better believe that Foamposite wizard Jason Negron won’t hesitate to work his magic. Looking back at one of his earliest Foamposite One customs, the sole-swapping of the Eggplants and Cactus, it’s clear that Jason’s skills go beyond the simple sole-swapping (we say simple, but it’s a lot easier said than done) into that of battery-powered light-up infusion and dyed outsoles to create brand new concepts, so when the Electrolimes hit stores, a ‘Lakers’ colorway to oppose his ‘Knicks’ customs seemed like the perfect idea. Here’s a detailed look at Jason Negron’s Nike Air Foamposite One ‘Lakers’ Customs; it features a the Electrolime upper matched with a perfect purple outsole with matching accents on the upper (the Swoosh and 1-cent logo, for example), creating the perfect Laker colorway that hip-hop star Joe Budden couldn’t resist. We’ve got an exclusive detailed look for you below and follow Jason on Twitter (@SoleSwap) to get your own custom Foams done!

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