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Air Jordan 11 “Thai Architecture” Customs by KXIV

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Now that the Air Jordan 6 Black/Infrared has past, we can set our collective gaze on the annual installment of the Air Jordan 11. This year is going to be a bit crazy thanks to two renditions in the Legend Blue and Pantone pairs, and with that we can feast our eyes on this premium laser engraved Air Jordan 11 “Thai Architecture” look from KXIV. With a background in architecture, KXIV used CAD linework and lasercut a festive pattern on the usual patent leather portion to display the inspiration behind the shoe – the White Temple and Black House of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The process took over 16 hours and it paid off, as the copper foil contrasts beautifully with an upper redesigned with black python, buffalo and metallic cowhide. What do you think of this luxurious take on the current retro of the moment, the Air Jordan 11? Grab a better look after the break and stay tuned for more updates right here on Sneaker News.

Source: KXIV

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