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Air Jordan 1 “What The” Custom

You would think by now that Jordan Brand would have already released an Air Jordan 1 “What The” colorway, but that production still remains to be seen.

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However, Mike Lee took matters into his own hands by designing his latest Air Jordan 1 “What The” Custom. This custom Air Jordan 1 was created using twelve different colorways that include the “Shattered Backboard,” “Fragment,” Jeter,” “Dave White,” “Banned,” “Royals,” “Laser,” “DB,” “Shadow,” and a few others.

Check out the additional photos below and let us know what you guys think of this Air Jordan 1 “What The” Custom in the comments section. Should Jordan Brand go ahead and release an official “What The” Air Jordan 1?

Air Jordan 1 What The Custom

Air Jordan 1 What The Custom

Air Jordan 1 What The Custom

Air Jordan 1 What The Custom

Air Jordan 1 What The Customs

Air Jordan 1 What The Custom

Air Jordan 1 What The Customs

Air Jordan 1 What The Customs

Air Jordan 1 What The Customs

Source: Complex Sneakers

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