JBF Customs Air Jordan I "Bape"

Another stellar customization job by JBF Customs, but only four will ever be made.

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Jacob Ferrato’s JBF Customs has begun opening orders for a remade Nike Air Jordan I, decked out in the iconic BAPE camouflage and branding. The customization will feature pieces from an actual BAPE jacket and black denim. Easily passable for a real collaboration, the shoe is high quality and all personally customized. Only five pairs will be produced, one being Ferrato’s own. If you’d like to get your hands on a pair, it’ll set you back $1,500 USD with only four pre-order slots available. Head over to JBF’s site now to check out more.

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