How often do you visit your local shoe store and say “Why did (insert brand here) allow this design to release?”, unfortunately a bit too often. That is when your favorite creative shoe customizer jumps in and saves a rather bland or ugly shoe with a touch of paint, addition of fabric, or some secret technique. Sweatshop Custom Clothing saved the hell out of these Nike Court Force Hi titled “Molten Crayola” for the multicolored soles that resemble a pile of melted crayons sacrificed since they are now too small to color with. Originally released in the mid 1980s the mashed up multi color sole was brought back recently by Nike but for some reason they placed them on a ugly military green canvas with orange accents. Sweatshop stepped in and extended the multi-color pattern up the back of the upper and dyed the rest of the ugly green canvas a nice deep black. Now they are crazy and good looking instead of crazy and ugly.