Regardless of the reason this colorway turns heads, these customs work. Titled "No Losses" since they are inspired by the aforementioned UNDFTD Air Jordan IV colorway. Alex Borgella of Impeccable Customs took the black and military green colorway with a pop of orange to the high top Air...

Almost 15 years after "The Flu Game" shoe customizer Moyo has recreated that iconic image of MJ and Pippen the same style pair of the black and red Air Jordan XII that MJ wore during that overcoming performance. For the full concept Moyo did not use one of the retro XII from 2003 or 2009 but...

This custom by Laptop LaSane fits that characteristic. LaSane's friend gave him a $100 Nike gift card. Realizing he had enough shoes LaSane redeemed the gift card for a pair of Air Jordan 1 Hi Retros to gift back to that friend. Before doing so the white Jordans were adorned with two...

Last year two customizers, arguably the top in their respective customizing genres, came together to combine some reconstruction with painting. That idea brought together two different models as an Air Jordan V custom inspired by an Air Max 1. This year the inspiration is of the same model but...

As part of a giveaway, Whataburger commissioned Danklefs for this Air Jordan I custom. Using the Shattered Backboard AJI colorway the upper was painted white, black areas painted orange and Whataburger stripes and logos painted in similar fashion to his first Nike Dunks. For comfort, the sock...

A few years ago some clever customizer took Jordan customs to another level by painting detailed outfits and characters upon the embroidered Jumpman logos you'll find on retro models like the I, III, IV, V, VI, and VII. While many have been good, A LOT seem a bit rushed and sloppy. We have a...

The purple and turquoise colorway was first seen on the original Air Jordan V in 1990 and again on the original Air Jordan VIII in 1993. Except Nike used fancy color names such as: Grape/New-Emerald for the V and Concord/Aqua for the VIII. In what appears to be a way to give a used pair of...

After creating a Craig Sager themed customized Under Armour Steph Curry sneaker earlier this year, FBCC jumped on the theme again after not being impressed by Nike's and Air Jordan's later released Sager themed designs. In August an Air Jordan surfaced, that as far as we know, is a single pair...

Dress and sport get combined on this Wingtip Air Jordan I customization by theheyyman. The world of Air Jordan sneakers probably became one of the first sneaker lines that people ventured to wear with suits and tuxedos. Likely influenced by shoes inspired by the tuxedo itself like the Air...

The change is simple but the stage major in this pair of Air Jordan XI Customs In Game. Created by Kixar Customs for Nick Young of the Los Angeles Lakers these graced the hardcourt on Christmas Day in the Staples Center. What started out as the original Columbia blue AJ XI low was painted...

 

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