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Custom Countdown: The Top 25 Custom Sneakers of 2013

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In a year dominated by Yeezy colorways and python print, there was no shortage of creative, and sometimes innovative, custom sneaker inspiration. As we get closer to the end of the year and welcome in 2014, we’ve taken the time to look back on 2013′s custom kicks, selecting and ranking this past year’s best custom kicks. Alongside the customizers situated at the citadel, some newcomers make the list this time, crafting kicks that are definitely worthy of recognition. Will these creations help raise the bar for custom sneakers in 2014? Decide for yourself as we present the Top 25 Custom Sneakers of 2013 in the latest Custom Countdown.

25. Nike Dunk “Freegum” Customs

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Nike Dunk “Freegum” Custom by ROM the World

Nike Dunk High "Freegum" Custom

Nike Dunk High “Freegum” Custom by ROM the World

Inspired by the “Freegum” Nike LeBron 9, a set of Dunks were given the same color blocking and designs with  near-flawless execution. The freehand illustrations on the panels alone put this set among the best customs of 2013.

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18 comments
Time2ballup
Time2ballup

What about Wale's blk/cement python 3s by JBF?

DanielSavage
DanielSavage

JBF's ostrich and selvedge denim AJ VI was the best custom of the year...and it isn't even on this list.

jordan1000
jordan1000

there are a lot better ones on here so why these?

Franck Sidenius
Franck Sidenius

Gotta laugh... This really can't be serious. Might be your top 25 Nike customs, but can't call that list a sneaker list. That's just horrible. Half of it just looks plain terrible. I'm missing some trefoil on that list. You defo should check out the custom work done by Benji Blunt.

Daive Darmond
Daive Darmond

those foampoaite safari customs were super dope. WAY better than the actual ones.

usedtobetony
usedtobetony

Surprised the JBF Python 3s for Wale weren't on the list