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Spike Lee Wore These Custom Michael Jackson Air Jordan VII “Bad 25″ Sneakers Recently

Submitted by on September 18, 2012 – 11:30 amNo Comment

Spike Lee is currently making the rounds at different film festivals to debut a Michael Jackson documentary that he’s been working on. So, over the weekend, he made a stop in Canada for the Toronto International Film Festival to show off the critically-acclaimed flick. The movie isn’t the only thing that he showed off, though. In addition to his latest work, Spike also rolled out a very, very special and unique pair of custom kicks for the event. He rocked a pair of Nike Air Jordan VII sneakers designed by customizer Van Monroe called the “Bad 25″ AJ 7s. And, as you might expect, they were, well, bad (and that’s “bad” meaning good!).

If you’re a fan of Jordans or sneakers in general, then you probably already know what the Air Jordan VII looks like, so we’ll spare you the details. But, the ones that Spike wore at the film festival were different because they featured a photo of Michael Jackson on them, the words “BAD 25,” and a bunch of different song titles that helped them pay homage to the “King of Pop.” Those touches made these the perfect sneakers for Spike to rock to the event.

Take a look at some of different shots of Spike that were captured at the festival, courtesy of Sole Collector. In addition to the sneakers, Spike also wore a Michael Jackson T-shirt so that no one would be confused about who he was repping at the event. What do you think about the custom kicks? Would you wear them if you could afford to buy a pair? Hit the comments section below and let us know.

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