Almost every “What the” sneaker that has released has been an instant sellout. Something about the wild paneling and funky appearance is mesmerizing to a lot of sneaker enthusiasts. Drawing inspiration from the unique trend, DeJesus Customs has cooked up a “What the 5” concoction on the Air Jordan 5. Painted onto the recently released Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red”, the left shoe is sub-named the “What the Doernbecher” since it features the designs from all six Doernbecher models. To contrast, the right shoe consists of “artistic sample” Jordans such as Joan Miro’s 7s, Dave White’s work, and the Eminem collaboration. As one of the most detailed custom sneakers to date, this “What the 5” piece is a new twist on the collage trend.
Should Jordan Brand consider releasing a few “What The” Air Jordans? Let us know if you’d like to see the style transition from one Beaverton building to another in the comment box underneath, and stay tuned to Nice Kicks for everything sneakers.
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