March 15, 2013 BY John Kim
Most of you are probably pumped about the Air Jordan XI “Bred” restock. These customs are almost a visual interpretation of that statement. The man responsible for that crazy ‘Grinch’ custom of the Air Jordan IV hits us with another Frankenstein of a creation, which we must say spells out a better definition of ‘custom’ than any repainted sneaker we’ve seen before. The Air Jordan XI “Bred Pump” by Freaker Sneaks features the revolutionary Reebok Pump module attached to the Air Jordan XI, creating an air-filled Pump bladder for that added lockdown fit, but it’s the sheer design of this unique concoction that should coerce a response – both positive and negative. Another alteration that may not be so noticeable is the new lace eyelet that replace the classic hoop (a personal preference of the customizer). These have been completed for some time, but it’s still an incredible concept that shouldn’t go unnoticed, so check out the images below and let us know what you think about this redefined “Air” Jordan XI.