Thanks to the upcoming “Grey Cement/Oreo” Air Jordan IV’s, the ‘Oreo’ motif has been garnering a lot of chatter as of late. With both of the aforementioned concepts in mind, sneaker customizer Ramses has created dope set of Air Jordan XI customs with each pair representing the “Oreo” & “Cement” motifs respectively.
The “Oreo” edition sports a pretty straight forward design as it sports an all black look with a white speckled effect throughout the latter half of the shoe. In addition to the “Oreo” pair, the “Cement” pair sports an almost similar appearance with the noticeable difference being that the “Cement” offering sports a grey midsole with black paint splatter throughout.
After the jump, we’ve got a detailed gallery of Ramses “Oreo” & “Cement” Air Jordan XI offerings for all you sneakerheads to check out. Give them a look and let us know how you feel about Ramses latest bodies of work.
After creating a dope pair of kicks inspired by a show about nothing in the form of his “Seinfeld” Air Jordan XI customs, Rocket Boy Nift is back on the scene with yet another stellar body of work.
For his latest pair of custom gems, RBN pays tribute to the wonderful summer night passtime of catching lightning bugs with this pair of “Fireflies” Nike Foamposite One customs. Sporting a design that blends both a star lit sky with a forest landscape all atop a GITD outsole, Rocket Boy Nift effortlessly brings the nostalgic feel of those cool summer nights to life on the Foamposite One silhouette.
Keep reading after the jump to see some detailed shots of Rocket Boy Nifts “Fireflies” Nike Air Foamposite One customs. Feel free to let us know where these rank amongst some of your favorite pairs of custom Foams.
Sneaker customizer Cali Kid Drew is back with yet another ill pair of Air Jordan custom kicks. Coming on the heels of his “Creme” Air Jordan XI Low customs, Cali Kid Drew uses the Air Jordan V silhouette as his canvas for his latest creation.
Sporting a smoky look about the bottom, the upper dons an Air Jordan VI-inspired look thanks largely in part to the black/infrared combination. For all you sneakerheads who may have wanted a darker offering from the AJV line, Cali Kid Drew has created this darker alternative for all of you to enjoy.
Provided below is a better look at this Air Jordan V “Infrared/Smoke Bottom” pair of customs that has been masterfully crafted by Cali Kid Drew. Check out the pics and let us know how you feel about Cali Kid Drews latest body of work.
Linked to the Victorian poem of the same name by poet William Ernest Henley, this new Nike LeBron X “Invictus X” Custom is the latest from customizer Gourmet Kickz. A crossover between last year’s LeBron 9 “BHM” edition and Gourmet’s own “Watch The Poem” customs, the “Invictus X” Custom features the familiar pixelated tribal prints, though now with more metallic gold accents and a new lacelock in the form of a lion’s head. For those interested in buying, head to Gourmet Kickz for more details.
Back with yet another pair of dope Nike LeBron X customs is sneaker customizing extrodinaire Mache. Straddling the line between stealth and flash, this pair of “Killer Elite” Nike LeBron X customs is truly a sight to behold.
Under normal lighting, this pair of kicks sports a clean gun metal grey upper with some ill hints of red occupying the laces and Swooshes. Once you hit these with slightest bit of flash, the shoes come to life as the dope 3M treatment throughout the upper is illuminated for all to see.
Keep reading after the jump to get a detailed look at Mache’s latest body of work. Let us know where these fall on your list of favorite customs.
With all the dope customs that have hit the scene as of late, it’s truly been a thrill to see what imaginative creation will pop up next. Having already shared Cali Kid Drews “Creme” Air Jordan XI Low custom offering, we have another pair of custom Air Jordan XI Lows that will surely shoot to the top of your favorites list.
As classic as the “Space Jam” Air Jordan XI is, how sick would it be to see it in low top form. Looks like we don’t have to wonder any longer as sneaker customizer Dank Customs has turned the Air Jordan XI Low into yet another classic pair of customs.
Sporting some iconic XI detailing, along with the Space Jam movie logo on the insoles of the shoes, Dank Customs has created a true custom gem in the form of this pair of “Space Jam” Air Jordan XI Low customs.
As impressive as this pair of customs is, we’d like to hear how all you sneakerheads feel about Dank’s latest body of work. Check out the detailed pics after the jump and feel free to drop us a line below.
Revive Customs “For Promotional Use Only” sneaker series has truly provided sneakerheads with a set of custom treats. Mixing fresh kicks with sounds of old, Revive Customs continues to breath new life into some old records by way of the foot.
This time around, the Nike Air Total Max Uptempo provides the canvas for a dope rendition of Sugarhill Records colorful album cover. The label, which was founded back in 1979, was the major distributor of the hip hop classic “Rappers Delight.”
From the pics provided after the jump, you sneakerheads will be able to see first hand how Revive Customs matches the classic record sleeve to the silhouette that is the Nike Air Total Max Uptempo.
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Using the KD IV “Galaxy” as his muse, Twizz Customs brings the popular motif to the Nike KD V. Twizz’s attention to detail shines bright on this latest custom creation as he does a bang up job in transforming the KD V into a galactic masterpiece.
Upon further examination, you sneakerheads will notice that the insoles and air vents feature a dope galaxy design while the laces are inspired from the Blake Griffin Galaxy Hyperdunk PE. To top off this custom, the tongue features a custom Galaxy patch made by Herb Juice.
Check out the pics and let us know how you feel about Twizz Customs intergallactic body of work. Let us know where these fall on your list of favorite customs.
Having already claimed both the Nike Penny V and Nike Kobe VII models, the “Invisibility Cloak” colorway was surely a hit amongst the sneaker community. Up until today, the iridescent look has eluded the Air Jordan category. Thanks to Overdose of Opulence Customs, the aforementioned look and brand have finally crossed paths and yielded the “Invisibility Cloak” Air Jordan III.
This particular pair of customs started out as a pair of “Pure $” III’s that had been worn a lot but still had lots of life left in them. Featuring a tonal black upper with an iridescent midsole, heel tab, lace loops, and Jumpman symbol, the color shifting motif looks rather clean on these Jordans.
Continue reading after the jump to see some detailed images of Overdoses latest body of work. Feel free to hit us up and share your thoughts on these “Invisibility Cloak” Air Jordan III customs.