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Air Jordan Future “Scorched” Custom

We haven’t seen many Air Jordan Future Customs but those that we have seen have been interesting. Jordan Brand is rumored to continue their newly beloved Air Jordan Future silhouette into 2015 – which is said to feature new materials to the upper, hopefully they’ll use Flyknit.

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Moving forward, we take a look at Justwin Customs latest design dubbed Air Jordan Future “Scorched” Custom. This pair was features a nice clean fade on the upper sitting atop a busy midsole that was inspired by the Li-Ning Way of Wade 2 Encore, but he added a little twist on it. Check out the additional photos below and for those that would like to get some work done by JC, hit him up on his Instagram.

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