Nike Total Air Foamposite Max “Dark Blue” Customs By Wolfstein

June 9, 2012 BY

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Did you know: the Orlando Magic potentially had the chance to add Tim Duncan to their roster. This was back in 2001, when Orlando has some insane cap-space and had the legitimate opportunity to throw Duncan in the paint while having the proven Grant Hill and budding superstar Tracy McGrady cause interminable havoc on opposing defenses. That’s a Big Three that’s more of a guaranteed Championship than the other Floridian Big Three, but Duncan eventually re-signed with the Spurs and went on three more NBA Titles. But if Duncan replaced Shaq as the superstar Center in the middle, we might’ve seen Duncan rock a blue colorway of the Total Air Foamposite Max, like this custom version done by Brian ‘Wolfstein’ Villanueva; a Dark Blue colorway of the Total Foams have never been done, but judging by the results of this rich colorway, Nike certainly missed out on a great opportunity! More angles of this interesting custom below, so take a look and let us know if you’d cop if these ‘Royal’ Total Foams ever released!


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