Making of a Chicago Bulls Snakeskin Snapback Video by JBF Customs

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One of the characteristic seen among shoe customizers is more often then not they have multiple creative outlets. One of those customizers who this past year has widened his product offering has been Jake of JBF Customs. Known for his decon-recon shoe customization skills, Jake puts them to work on your run of the mill snapback or fitted. Turning a off the shelf hat into a one of one piece by adding materials like snakeskin, paisley prints, flower prints and more to the bill and straps. For those all curious and wondering why the value increases on just a hat PaintOrThread suggests you watch the process video below of Jake customizing a Mitchell and Ness Chicago Bulls snapback with genuine snakeskin.

Purchase your own JBF Custom hat via his online shop here: http://jbfcustoms.bigcartel.com/

Brandon Laskowskihttp://www.evolved-footwear.com
I began customizing sneakers around in 2000 and have enjoyed watching the art grow from a handful of people posting online to countless people all over the world. In 2009 I founded PaintOrThread.com to be THE source for anyone interested in customizing sneakers. So please enjoy the photos, share your thoughts, and feel to send me a message: [email protected]

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