Rocket Boy Nift

Rocket Boy Nift

Nike Air Foamposite One “Heat Seeker” Customs by Rocket Boy Nift

What will be the next innovation for Foamposites after the current wave of graphic pairs? Suggesting a pretty crazy outcome is this custom sneaker from...

By Brendan Dunne November 8, 2013
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Air Jordan 7 “Dreamcatcher” Customs by Rocket Boy Nift

Rocket Boy Nift is a name that we usually associate with numerous themed sneaker customs, like his TV show style pairs or his “Crude Brood”...

By Brendan Dunne October 27, 2013
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Air Jordan 7 “Crude Brood” Customs by Rocket Boy Nift

Do you remember that animal-based series of custom sneakers that Rocket Boy Nift was working on? He’s now resurrected the theme via this brand new...

By Brendan Dunne October 16, 2013
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Air Jordan V “Prince of Fresh” Customs by Rocket Boy Nift

Rocket Boy Nift is a name that we’ve seen associated with plenty of different Jordan silhouettes, but the Air Jordan 5 is definitely the most...

By Brendan Dunne September 13, 2013
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Air Jordan III “Dunk Contest” Customs by Rocket Boy Nift

Wasn’t there already a “Dunk Contest” flavored Air Jordan III this year that came from Jordan Brand themselves? That would be the Air Jordan III...

By Brendan Dunne August 21, 2013
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Air Jordan V “Finch” Customs by Rocket Boy Nift

After giving us a bear flavored Air Jordan V, Rocket Boy Nift has decided to keep things moving with the animal inspired Jordans. Next up...

By Brendan Dunne June 26, 2013
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Nike Air Foamposite One “Fireflies” Customs by RBN

Owing to the stupendous popularity of the ‘Galaxy’ release, we’ve seen a variety of Foamposite customs take on sky-based themes. ¬†Most of them have been...

By John Kim May 19, 2013
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Air Jordan XI “Seinfeld” Customs by Rocket Boy Nift

In the sneaker custom scene, Rocket Boy Nift might have the most diverse collection of footwear canvases that he works with, switching back and forth...

By John Kim May 7, 2013
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Air Jordan V “Winnipeg” Customs by Rocket Boy Nift

Believe it or not, the Air Jordan V custom on display here is actually inspired by Winnie-the-Pooh. The backstory is a little bit more complicated...

By Brendan Dunne March 18, 2013
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