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These Custom Air Jordan VI Sneakers Were Inspired By A Porsche 911

Submitted by on February 18, 2012 – 6:49 pmOne Comment

On the basketball court, Michael Jordan was fast. But, was he Porsche 911 fast? Ha! Of course not. But that doesn’t mean that these Porsche 911-inspired Air Jordan VI sneakers wouldn’t have made MJ look like he could outrun a 911.

Created by sneaker customizer C2 Customs, these sneakers feature an extremely shiny silver upper that sparkles just like a Porsche 911 and makes the sneakers look fast. Then, there are red and black accents on the sneaker that pay homage to Jordan’s time as a Chicago Bull. On the back of the sneaker, C2 has created a custom Jordan logo that is clearly inspired by the Porsche logo. And, the best part of these sneakers? It has to be those gold exhaust pipes sticking out of the back of the sneaker. How crazy is that?

In addition to this pair, C2 Customs also has a pair of all-red Air Jordan VI sneakers inspired by Porsche. And, according to C2, these custom sneakers are in high demand right now. As they point out on their web site, Porsche announced a brand-new 911 model recently on the same day that these sneakers hit the ‘net and, somehow, these were more talked about on Twitter than the actual car. Pretty crazy. Although, for the record, that doesn’t surprise us one bit. Sneakerheads can be crazy.

If you want to get your hands on a pair of these, good luck. It sounds like the demand for these is high and it’ll probably take you a lot of time (and cash!) to get your hands on them. But that doesn’t mean you can’t be impressed with what C2 Customs has done here. Not bad, guys. Not bad at all.

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