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Sekure D “What The Sekure” Custom

Sekure D uses a crazy color scheme on his latest “What The Sekure” Custom. Taking the iconic Nike SB and adding his own flavor in which he claims their is lack in the creativity in the current custom game. Below is a statement in which he explains his thoughts:

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“If you were new to the scene you would swear looking at blogs that all anyone does when customizing sneakers is take pre existing colorways and patterns and repaint them onto a basketball shoe, imaginative right? I do not hate on peoples hustle or ability to flip this kind of work for large stacks but it’s disappointing to see this kind of work become the pinnacle of our field and be the only type rewarded by some of the major sneaker sites. Don’t we live in a scene that rewards originality anymore?”

What are your thoughts on the custom game? Does he make a good debate on what we are seeing as of late with customs? Add your thoughts to the Custom Sneaker Forum.

Source: G-Street

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