23 custom jordans pt 2

A continuation of the recent post


Air Jordan IV “Bordeaux”

The Air Jordan “Boadeaux” colorway is a tough one to pull off when it comes to putting it on a sneaker other than the Air Jordan VII. But in the case of Dank Customs’ Air Jordan IV, it was pulled off flawlessly. These go hard.


Air Jordan IV “CP3”

Even Jordan signature athletes aren’t immune to the allure of well-done customs. Earlier this year, Mache put together this smooth Clippers-inspired colorway for none other than Chris Paul himself. These could nearly pass as an official release.


Air Jordan I “NYE”

Designed in collaboration with Marcus Jordan, yeah the “Air” to the throne, JBF customs dropped this gem of a custom. Dubbed the “NYE” Air Jordan I, it’s got genuine python leather (including that crazy gold leather), lambskin liners, and that smooth gum sole. These are the definition of a head-turner.


Air Jordan IV “Command”

Modeled after David Robinson’s Nike Air Command Force, one of the few Nike hoops silhouettes from the 90s that hasn’t seen a retro, the beauty of this custom may be lost on the younger crowds. But, for anyone who loved The Admiral’s Nike signature back in the day, Emmanuelabor’s Air Jordan IV “Command” custom brings back the memories.


Air Jordan III “Black” & “White” Cement

However you feel about Wale’s music, you just have to be envious of the man’s shoe game. With that in mind, to celebrate the release of his latest album, Mr. Folorin had JBF Customs spin up not one, but two pairs of classic Air Jordan IIIs in that super-plush genuine python leather. These are just spectacular.


Air Jordan IV “Roscoe”

We all know that Rasheed Wallace is Mr. Air Force 1, but these Air Jordan IVs are just about perfect. Taking Sheed’s nickname “Roscoe” and employing it on custom lace dubres, as well as his trademark-phrase “Ball Don’t Lie” imprinted on the insoles, Mache knocked it out of the park with these.


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