The Air Jordan 4 is a favorite when it comes to customizing a sneaker. It has a very open canvas on the upper that allows the custom artist to do as much as he wants to make it his own. Sneaker custom artist, Ammoskunk, has decided to style up the Air Jordan 4 with a patterned designed that is very well known in the streetwear culture. The entire Air Jordan 4 is dressed in a custom “Bape” camo patterned design.
The base shoe that he used was the Air Jordan 4 “Military Blue” colorway. What he ended up doing is cover up the entire upper with Bape’s signature camo print. That includes the entire leather upper, tongue, wings and all the accents, which include the Jumpman on the heel, which I must say, came out looking pretty dope. The inner lining also happened to change from white to tan in order to better suit the overall aesthetics of the shoe. What do you think about this Air Jordan custom? Would this be a dope release? Would you cop? Let us know in the comments below. If you ask me, I think Ammoskunk definitely did his thing on the Air Jordan 4. Which leads to my next question, why haven’t we seen the use of camo on retros yet? I think that’s something that will definitely open up the door to an endless amount of possibilities. Wouldn’t you prefer camo use on Jordans instead of some of these funky looking colorways we’ve gotten in the past couple years?! Jordan Brand, if you’re reading this, remember where you heard it first!