Air Jordan V: “Desert Storm” Customs by El Cappy and Joe Venuto

December 28, 2012 BY / 0

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Building upon the few pairs of military themed Air Jordans out there (think the ‘Armed Forces’ pack of Air Jordan 1’s and the ‘UNDFTD’ Air Jordan IV) is this custom job from the likes of El Cappy and Joe Venuto. The sneaker uses Operation Desert Storm as its influence, taking advantage of the fact that that military movement went down in the same year that the Air Jordan V was originally released (1990). Take a full look at this camo colored Air Jordan V in our gallery and stay tuned for more exciting custom work.

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