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Air Jordan Future “Aunt Pearl” Custom

This latest creation by Justwin Customs @Justwincustoms on Instagram is the perfect way to show your support for breast cancer awareness month. The idea behind this pair was to essentially mimic and translate the Nike KD VI “Aunt Pearl” design onto the Air Jordan Future.

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Everything from the floral print to the tongue and the logo was replicated from the KD’s to the Futures; even the paneling was done in similar fashion. Really the only difference is the black midsole which is a nice contrast to the bright upper.

Get a closer look at this Air Jordan Future “Aunt Pearl” Custom below and let us know what you guys think of them in the comments section. For those that may be interested in getting these done by Justwin, then contact him through Instagram.

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