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Nike Air Foamposite One “July 4th” Custom

Everyone has their own way of celebrating the Declaration of Independence on 4th of July. For sneakerheads, we generally celebrate the holiday through our sneakers.

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Here is a look at an Nike Air Foamposite One “July 4th” Custom designed by FETTi D’Biasi by using the “Electrolimes” as the silhouette. One shoe is painted Blue and the other in Red, while both eyestays and inner mesh are White with contrasting stars detailing. Check out the additional photos below and let us know what you think of this custom in the comment section.

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