Cole Haan x fragment design Lunargrand Saddle “Knicks” Customs by Revive Customs

Evan of Revive Customs got on Spike Lee‘s radar back in February 2013 with the release of the Nike Air Revolution “Radio Raheem” customs, inspired by a character in Spike’s film, Do The Right Thing. Soon after, he collaborated with Cole Haan on a pair of Lunargrand Wingtips that honored the history of the brand. Now, the trifecta is complete.

To celebrate the #1 Knicks fan’s birthday, we have the Cole Haan x fragment design Lunargrand Saddle “Knicks” Customs by Revive Customs. This time using the “Cole Haan & fragment design LunarGrand Saddle” as a base, Evan painted this New York Knicks inspired pair with a colorway

Cole Haan x Revive Customs LunarGrand Wingtip


If you thought customs were only for sneakers, think again. Revive Customs is making major moves with this sample art piece for Cole Haan. For those unfamiliar, Cole Haan is a fashion label founded in Chicago as a men’s footwear company. The company has since expanded into apparel, women’s footwear, belts, handbags, and various other high quality goods. Using the stylish leather LunarGrand Wingtip as a base, Evan of Revive Customs crafted this pair to pay homage to the brand’s history. “1928” on the vamps signify the year that the company was founded, and the numbers were painted onto cows that represent the high quality leather Cole Haan uses in their footwear. The designs seen covering the majority of the shoes, as well as the phrase “especially made for Cole Haan” on the heels, were inspired by shoe dressing boxes of the 1900s and other vintage accoutrements, a balanced marriage of old and new.