Johnny Barry of FreakerSneaks brought together two gems of 1991. Creating this his and hers set of two pairs, Air Jordan VIs were used as the bases for a custom theme of the video game Street Fighter II. The low top version of the 6th Air Jordan model was made to match the cover of the video games Nintendo box with accents of black, red and white. But next, each pair received a red to yellow fade a la the games title on the back heel section. Next, upon the inner panels, FreakerSneaks flexed his skills painting multiple scenes from the games 1 on 1 fight scenes with fighters Blanka, Chun-Li, Dhalism, Ken Masters, Ryu and Zangrief. With the game developer Capcom’s logo on the medial sides, each pair was given a box looking like the original games cover. Check the Hadoken from Ryu about to knock out Chun-Li! Ahh nostalgia.
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