Sneaker customizing guru Chef of GourmetKickz has whipped up yet another incredible pair of custom Nike Lebron X’s.
If you ever wondered what the “BHM” colorway form last years Nike LeBron 9 would look like on the Nike Lebron X silhouette, Chef has emerged from his custom kitchen with a special treat for you all. Fresh out the oven is the Nike LeBron X “Invictus X” custom, a sneaker that also sports a dope chunky metal lion-head lacelock.
Provided after the jump are some detailed shots of Chef’s latest body of work. Make sure they check them out and share your thoughts on them below.
LeBron James is on his way to another appearance in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals, and Mache comes through with another pair of custom LeBron Xs. Deemed the Nike LeBron X “Killer Elite” Custom, the sneaker features a cold stone upper, with blood red laces and branding. While the design on the “Killer Elite” LeBron X is subtle, it leaves a lasting impact considering the cold nature of LeBron James’ game. How does this sneaker compare to previous custom LeBron Xs?
New kid on the custom block Sevenzulu straight outta Indonesia throws us something a lil’ different from the LeBron and Jordan jobs we see most frequently. He’s dressed up the Converse Pro Leather 76 in a woodland camo outfit, adding a splash of orange to great effect on the tongue and One Star, and ties it all together with some olive laces and bossy metal D-Rings. These kicks are def ready for street combat in the autumn time. Holla at the Zulu himself if you want to cop.
Having already successfully brought the Air Jordan III to the Nike Roshe Run in the form of his “Air Jordan III” Roshe Run customs, JP Custom Kicks is back again with another sick Roshe Run Air Jordan III rendition.
For his latest body of work, Jp Custom Kicks uses the Air Jordan III “Pit Crew” as his muse to create this Nike Roshe Run custom with an “Oregon Ducks Pit Crew” vibe. Though the designer of the Nike Roshe Run, Dylan Raasch, has no sort of ties to the school, JP Custom Kicks shows us just how dope a canvas the Nike Roshe Run can be.
Outfitted with the same Air Jordan III look that drove his aforementioned pair of customs, JP’s attention to detail takes center stage yet again as all you sneakerheads will notice the Oregon O prominently placed on the tongue. Upon further examination, you sneakerheads will also notice a tiny set of duck feet about the back of the shoe which certainly bring this pair of custom gems full circle.
Posted after the jump are some ill shots of JP Custom Kicks latest creation for all your viewing pleasures. Check them out and let us know where these rank in comparison to his “Air Jordan III” Roshe Run customs.
As a birthday surprise to a lucky young lady, Dank Customs is commissioned to design this Nike Air Max 90 “Freedom” custom.
Featuring the iconic Nike Air Max 90, these custom kicks work in floral print panels, turquoise blue, gold, and pink accents, a white midsole, and are complete with custom insoles which display cats and a young women who may represent the birthday girl. When that’s not enough, Dank adds finishing touches with decorative packaging.
See more of the Nike Air Max 90 “Freedom” Custom below and head over to Dank Customs get your exclusive custom today.
As a birthday gift for a friend’s girlfriend, Dank Customs created the Nike Air Max 90 “Freedom” Custom. Taking inspiration from the Nike Air Max 90 “Liberty” from years back, this custom adds floral print on the upper. Gold paint on the mudguard helps the shoe stand out, while personal details, such as Miss Morris’ cats, were added to the customized insoles. This one-of-one is not available for purchase, but contact Jake Danklefs with any inquiries.
It’s good to stick with what you know and love, and it looks like Mache has just about mastered Nike LeBron customs. Here he returns to the LeBron X here and gives it the superhero treatment. Red, yellow and plenty of lightning bolts come out to play on the upper, with the inspiration coming squarely from the Flash comic series. Pro baller Darius Miller ordered these off Mache so we hope to see them when the New Orleans Pelicans take flight in their first game with the new moniker. News via Freshness.
Quality, well-made, timeless product. Australia’s Deus ex Machina and Indonesia’s Santalum know all about that as they’ve built their brands on that belief. The team at Deus, known for their custom motorcycles, believe that every “Iron-horse” rider needs a pair of boots that will not only protect them on their rides and open road journeys, but also one that will stand the test of time, one that will outlast any adventure. They reached out to the master shoemakers at Santalum to design a pair that does just that. The boot, which is said to be the toughest boots the brand has ever created, is formed from 2.2mm buffalo hide leather and tailored into a 7-hole steel capped boot. Construction was done using handmade Goodyear welting combined with double-row stitchdown. Last, but not least, the boot features a gusseted tongue, suede lining in the front toe and achilles and a double leather and rubber outsole. The process, from the initial cutting of the hide to the packaging, was beautifully captured by the Deus team to document the craftsmanship and skill that goes into building a single pair. Watch the video below and check out pictures of the end product after the jump. The pair is currently up for purchase here.