There was once a sneaker called the Nike Roshe that was customized to look like it’s legendary cousin the Air Jordan III. Someone liked this and then someone else and then a lot of other people. So more sneaker customizers made their take on the idea to make some money. But anyone with good vision knew the designs all looked horrible. We’d be happy for you to prove us wrong. A similar swap from the Air Jordan III here by Dank Customs proves why the base shoe matters.
Using a model from the same time period with similar features, Jake of Dank Customs brought an iconic Jordan to the classic Nike runner world. This Nike Air Huarache has been painted with the recognizable elephant print on its toes and heel tabs akin to that of the AJ III. Next, the rest of the black/cement colorway was mimicked from the sockliner to the toes to the black leather upper to the black painted midsoles. This runs circles and jumps over any Roshe custom of the same theme. Ever.
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