JBF customs Sold This Custom Jordan 1 “Black Friday” On November 28 Until Midnight

Hopefully, many 23isBack readers who currently read this managed to successfully cop the Air Jordan VI “Black/Infrared” on November 28. However, many Jordan heads may also heard that bespoke sneaker wizard Jacob Ferrato a.k.a. JBF Customs was also planning to release his own custom Air Jordan new jordans in celebration of this annual occasion. Although Black Friday has already passed, and there are several other December 2014 Jordan release dates that are nearing, sneaker heads might still be able to grab this custom Air Jordan 1 iteration.

air-jordan-1-black-friday-jbf-customs-3Avid Jordan Brand enthusiasts are often out on the hunt for exclusive Air Jordan pairs and JBF Customs decided to distract them from their quest to get their hands on the Infrared 6. Apparently, he somehow managed to acquire some deluxe and elegant materials, which he then used to modify the Air Jordan 1 into an immaculate custom sneaker that perfectly reflects the day on which it was made available. No wonder this pair has been dubbed the “Black Friday” Air Jordan 1.

Black_Friday_J1Indeed, this custom Air Jordan pair is entirely in black, save for the midsole and outsole. The upper primarily made up of premium waxed Japanese denim in black, which is topped off with black sharkskin, which is also the material the Nike swoosh on the side is made of. Although mostly monochromatic, JBF Customs decided to give these custom kicks at least some contrast by placing the upper onto a matching pure white midsole and outsole.

air-jordan-1-black-friday-jbf-customs-2Unfortunately, 23isBack readers will probably not be pleased to learn that the Air Jordan 1 “Black Friday” by JBF Customs was actually a typical Black Friday release. This means that only a limited number of pairs were available on November 28, and only until midnight. Hopefully, at least some Jordan heads learned about this custom Air Jordan 1 sneaker and placed an order on time. For those who were not able to neither the Infrared 6 nor this custom pair, there is no need to fret because there are still plenty of 2014 and 2015 Jordan release dates coming soon.

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