The Internet is rife with custom Star Wars sneakers, but only a select few truly stand out.
Sneaker customizer Kickolas Nage produced six stunning designs that pay homage to Star Wars, all using the Air Jordan 1 silhouette as the canvas. What’s more impressive is that each shoe comes with custom colored, weatherproof LED lights along the back of the heel.
Famed sneaker customizer Jacob Danklefs took an Air Max 90 Hyperfuse and threw in the wicked Jedi symbol and some volt colors, adding a ton of sleekness to an already futuristic sneaker.
Long before Vans unveiled its range of Star Wars sneakers, this customizer was putting ink on silhouettes like the Authentic. In this timelapse video, he demonstrates his impressive sketching and coloring skills, turning a plain pair of shoes (that Damn Daniel would dig) into a Star Wars masterpiece.
A retro-looking Yoda and Darth Vader perfectly complement a classic sneaker like the Air Force 1. Artist Bobsmade is the man behind this fine-looking piece, and you’ll be pleased to know that he does some pretty neat customs based on other pop culture characters too.
The guys behind Thailand-based sneaker customization collective What’s Shop handpainted nostalgic-looking Star Wars graphics onto an adidas high top sneaker. Don’t you think this looks damn near an old movie poster?
Daniel Reese aka Brass Monki was in the shoe art business back in 2009. Among the designs he conceptualized was this beauty that saw R2D2 plastered on the outside of a Nike Dunk High. A quick search gathered no news on any of his recent works, but if he was capable of producing this back then, who knows what else he could create today.
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