Posts Tagged ‘El Cappy’

Air Jordan 5: “Bel-Air Inside Out” Customs by El Cappy

November 6th, 2013 By

Air Jordan 5: Bel Air Inside Out Customs by El Cappy

The Air Jordan V “Bel-Air” hit retailers to mix-reception by fans. Sure, there was a plethora of notable features on the sneaker – from the mismatched ’23′ and Jumpman stitching alternating between flash lime and club pink to the shark teeth, but with so many Air Jordan 5s releasing this year many opted for other pairs. El Cappy recently decided to take the unique pair and make it even crazier, taking the 90s inspired print seen on the inner lining and making the confetti print cover the entirety of the shoe’s upper for a bright look that will surely turn heads. See more views in the gallery and stay tuned for more customs courtesy of Jordans Daily.

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Air Jordan XI: “Red” Customs by El Cappy

September 5th, 2013 By

Air Jordan XI: Red Customs by El Cappy

KanYe has pushed his all red Air Yeezy 2 infamously known as the ‘Red October’ out into the world for brief glimpses and we’ve been hit with a plethora of customs mimicking the look to the point where Jordan Brand has even adapted the scheme for Justin Timberlake‘s Legends of the Summer themed Air Jordan 1, II and III. We have to wait on all those sneakers for future release announcements, but today El Cappy has graced us with this Air Jordan XI “Red” custom that sees the patent leather and Cordura upper hit with a similar shade while ditching the clear sole to keep things in line with the all red theme. For a full look head to the gallery and let us know what you think of this custom in the comments.

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Air Jordan VI: “Grape” Customs by El Cappy – Available on eBay

July 11th, 2013 By

Air Jordan VI: “Grape” Customs by El Cappy   Available on eBay

The last time we heard from El Cappy, he was messing around with the Air Jordan XII for his ’92 Champions custom. Today we get a better glimpse of a shoe he was working on with the Air Jordan VI “Grape”. Featuring a subtle white upper, El Cappy lets the colorway shine by transforming the tongue into a purple hue and hand painting the Air Jordan V teeth onto the midsole. Does this custom outshine the recent release of the Air Jordan V “Grape”? Let us know after you hit the jump for a better view and if you have the extra cash pick up these customs from jonallon80 on eBay.

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Air Jordan VII “92 Champions” Customs by El Cappy

April 29th, 2013 By

Air Jordan VII “92 Champions” Customs by El Cappy

Custom sneaker creator El Cappy has another pair on deck paying tribute to Michael Jordan’s championship years. The pair follows chronological order, serving up an Air Jordan VII dipped in black and gold. The pair also has plenty of “Bulls” details that hit along the tongue and under the lace placket. Stay with us after the jump to get some extra images and tell us what you think of this new El Cappy creation.

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Air Jordan VI “91 Champ” Customs by El Cappy

April 9th, 2013 By

Air Jordan VI “91 Champ” Customs by El Cappy

How long will it take Jordan Brand to release an Air Jordan VI colorway that speaks directly to the sneaker’s status as MJ’s first championship shoe? Until that happens we can make do with this incredible custom from El Cappy. The Air Jordan VI “91 Champ” utilizes a gaudy gold colorway that even goes so far as to put on a couple of Larry O’Brien trophy shaped lace locks. See more of the Air Jordan VI “91 Champ” from El Cappy in our gallery right after the jump.

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Air Jordan VI: “Grape” Customs by El Cappy

March 17th, 2013 By

Air Jordan VI: Grape Customs by El Cappy

If the Air Jordan VI was to ever pick up on the ‘Grape’ look at retail, this is exactly how it should be done. El Cappy created this custom pair, bringing out his own version of the classic colorway ahead of the soon-to-happen Air Jordan V ‘Grape’ 2013 retro. See the Air Jordan VI ‘Grape’ remix from the masterful hands of El Cappy below and tell us in the comments if you like what you see.

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Air Jordan IV: “Samurai” Customs by El Cappy

February 26th, 2013 By

Air Jordan IV: Samurai Customs by El Cappy

Coming straight out of fuedal Japan is this latest custom job from El Cappy that grabs the Air Jordan IV as its canvas. The sneaker rips off the back Jumpman hit, as we’ve seen a couple times recently in Cappy’s work, and replaces it with a unique icon-this time around a mini-Samurai head to make the inspiration that much more evident. Check out this custom Air Jordan IV in all its Japanese-inspired beauty right after the jump.

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Air Jordan III: “Dope Boy” Customs by El Cappy

February 11th, 2013 By

Air Jordan III: Dope Boy Customs by El Cappy

It’s been a while since we’ve seen a custom pair of Air Jordans go so far as to scrape off the back logo in favor of something brand new. This El Cappy creation does just that, replacing the ‘Jumpman’ for an 8 Ball logo as borrowed from those coveted jackets of yesteryear. On top of that the sneakers are caught up in a gaudy gold chain look to convey the ‘Dope Boy’ theme. Get the photos of this Air Jordan III custom in its entirety after the jump and tell us what you think in the comments.

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Air Jordan III: “Jet Life” Customs by El Cappy

January 8th, 2013 By

Air Jordan III: Jet Life Customs by El Cappy

This latest El Cappy custom ignores the easy green hues that are usually utilized when paying homage to herbally inclined rapper Curren$y and his Jet Life crew. Instead, the Air Jordan III shown goes purple and cream and transforms the elephant print sections into a group of leafy prints. Continue reading to get a look at the Air Jordan III ‘Jet Life’, complete with a Jet logo on the back, and stay tuned for more from the world of custom Air Jordans.

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

December 28th, 2012 By

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

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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