The classic Black/Red 1s take a dip in the water with the Air Jordan 1 “Genuine Shark+Crocodile” Custom. Another JBF Customs exclusive, this installment pairs genuine shark in black with red suede crocodile accents. This pair serves as a launching pad for five custom order slots opening this Friday, with prices starting at $1,000 a pair. Check out photos of the Air Jordan 1 “Genuine Shark+Crocodile” Custom below and follow @JBFCustoms on Twitter and Instagram for all order inquiries.
The zoo meets the circus on the Air Jordan 3 “Shark+Python+Kangaroo Joker” Custom. Another JBF Customs creation, this pair places said styles on the “Joker” 3 release. The upper, trim, tongue and lining get replaced with lux, animal attributes, taking well to black, purple and volt tones. Check out detailed photos below and follow @JBFCustoms on IG.
After putting on for python pairings, the Air Jordan 1 “Carbon Fiber” Custom finds JBF Customs offering a more technical take on the classic silo. The revolutionary response system makes the move from plate to paneling, contrasted by patent leather branding and smooth suede trim. ‘Incomparable’ tagging sets off the tongue to close out this custom and denote the designer. Follow @JBFCustoms on IG for all inquiries.
A Chris Paul colorway gets staring credit on the Air Jordan 5 “CP3 Edition” Custom. Crafted by Sole on Canvas, this pair places LA Clippers hues on what was once the “Fire Red” 5s. Blue bases the tall tongue, with PE detail coming in the form of a floater silo on the heel and #3 tagging. Gradient and speckle effects shine on the midsole of this makeup, resting firmly above an icy outsole. Follow Sole on Canvas on IG for more custom kicks.
The Air Jordan 4 “Oregon” Custom for Juwan Howard finds Dank Customs rekindling some of that Duck magic. This one-of-one creation for the Fab Five favorite features his logo and nickname tagging both sides of the tongue, with metallic green gracing the leather wings and trademark midsole. Yellow eyelets add intrigue as does speckling on the heels. Follow Dank Customs on IG for more heat.
The Air Jordan 4 “Python Green Glow” Custom sticks to the script, seeing JBF Customs’ popular aesthetic applied to last year’s well-liked retro release. Grey python panels the majority of the upper, with black sueded python taking to the toe box and tongue. Green glow hits remain on the eyelets, lining and outsole, while ‘Incomparable’ tongue tagging denotes the designer. Check out detailed images of the Air Jordan 4 “Python Green Glow” Custom below and let us know where these rank among JBF’s other awesome python creations.
Changing the camouflage climate, the Air Jordan 1 “Desert Camo” Custom by Ecentrik Artistry makes the move from greener pastures to sandier spaces. A tan base takes well to blotchy brown and olive accents, contrasted by a graphic Swoosh and white midsole. Fans of the Air Jordan 1 “Desert Camo” Custom can order this pair now at Ecentrik Artistry, or keep the same motif but change the color scheme by ordering here.
AMMOSKUNK is at it again with the Air Jordan 4 “Blue December” Yeezy Revelation Custom. Following up “Solar Red” and “Red October” renditions of the same silo, this AJ4 x Yeezy 2 hybrid takes on a palette all its own. Royal blue drenches the entire upper, with a slightly lighter shade showing up on the outsole. Check out photos below and follow @ammoskunk on IG for all inquiries.