September 11, 2012 BY John Kim
The transferance of one historic Air Jordan colorway to another model has been a popular theme for sneaker customizers over the last few years. The Air Jordan VI seemed to be a popular choice, with classics like ‘Bordeaux’, ‘Hare’, and ‘White/Cement’ being reconstituted onto the Air Jordan VI, but have we seen anything like this? Meet the Air Jordan IV ‘Pure Blue’ designed by FRSH Footwear; using the tonal-white Air Jordan IV ‘Silver Anniversary’ as the base, FRSH grabs hold of the Air Jordan III ‘True Blue’ and places it onto its lineal successor, with details like the Jumpman on the tongue (notice the removed tongue label), the blue midsole that spans half-way on the medial edge, and of course, the elephant print on the toe. What’s your judgement on these customs? Check out the gallery below and let us know what you think.
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