We’re surprised that the Nike Roshe Run hasn’t been picked up more often for custom jobs. The pair offers a pretty clean slate for the upper, but perhaps the mesh material is just too difficult for most folks to tackle. JP Custom Kicks wasn’t afraid though. The customizer decided to slap in the iconic “Black/Cement” colorway of the Air Jordan III onto the sneaker, even mimicking details like the midsole blocking and the elephant print sections. Get a complete look at the Nike Roshe Run “Air Jordan III” from JP Custom Kicks after the jump and tell us if you think he did a good job transferring the aesthetics of one classic to another.