Air Jordan 4

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What happens when you take an amazing artist like El Cappy, and give him free range on a sneaker for the talented custom jeweler JonBan?  Pure and utter greatness.  Using the Air Jordan 4,  El Cappy uses the newest Diamond Supply Co. Black label line, “Simplicity” as inspiration for the dope custom.

 Paying close attention to detail, the meticulous design is featured throughout the sneaker complimented with Black and White finishes.  Even using the Diamond Black label in place of the classic Air Jordan tongue logo, no detail was overlooked.  Equipped with a Gold El Cappy lacelock, to top it all off, he’s got Jordan dunking a small .25ct diamond on each sneaker!  If you liked the Air Jordan 4 “Simplicity” you’ll love the rest of his creations.  Check them out on El Cappy’s Website!


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With the Nike SB x Diamond Supply Co. Dunk High set to drop in February, you’d think that a release of that magnitude would be enough hype for Nick Tershay and his company. Nick takes it one step further with his custom Air Jordan 4 ‘Diamond’, featuring the signature color, and Diamond logo.

On the upper, the shoe resembles the color paneling of the ‘Green Glow‘ 4, but with the ever popular ‘Tiffany Blue’ on the toepanel, and on part of the upper eyelets. The tongue also features the Diamond Supply Co. logo, which matches the Tiffany Blue sole.

Unfortunately, these might stay as a 1 of 1 custom, as there is no sign of a release anytime soon. Would you cop these if released?

 

 

Via NickyDiamonds


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