Air Jordan 1 “Kyushu” by District Customs

September 3, 2013 BY

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We’ve seen the Air Jordan 1 go graphic on its upper before, but never to this extent. The pair pictured is a creation of District Customs, who managed to crank out the incredibly detailed sneakers in just one week for a local competition. The “Kyushu” name references the blue and white porcelain styles that come from the Japanese island of the same name (Notice that the Japanese flavor is further reference by the tongue tag styling). Continue reading to get up close and personal with the unique landscapes stretched across this previously all-white pair of Jordans and stay tuned to see what’s next from District.


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