Ever since JBF Customs designed his own silhouettes he rarely does custom jobs using exotic materials like he did back in the day. But every once in a while the talented sneaker customizer comes out of retirement and he hits us with a gem.
JBF did just that with this new Air Jordan 4 custom that you see above. This Air Jordan 4 is covered in genuine red python throughout the majority of the upper with black eel on the tongue and on the side panels to replace the traditional netting. Additional black hits appear on the midsole, laces, wing tabs, inner liner and heel tab. This pair is actually up for grabs now in a size 13 for $1,500. Only one pair was created so don’t expect these to last too long.
via: JBF Customs
The red python upper looks pretty sick but the eel looks kind of weird in my opinion. I would have just preferred the original black mesh netting instead.
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