If you haven't noticed by now, the retro craze seems to be running rampant throughout the entire sneaker community right now. With each company breaking out their retro heat, sneakrheads everywhere are in a frenzy as they try to figure out what pair of kicks they want to cop next.
In bypassing the generic retros, sneaker customizer Mache takes it upon himself to revitalize the dope Premio Collection. Limited in quantity but rich in build, the Air Jordan model that were fortunate enough to be included in that rare collective group were surely worth every expensive penny.
If you can recall, the Premio Collection only had a five release span, with the last coming in 2011 in the form of the Air Jordan V. For Maches latest creation, he not only revisits the aforementioned collection but leaves us wondering about what could have been in the process.
Using the Air Jordan VI as his base, Mache covers the classic Jordan silhouette in a tonal black upper being paired with the white laces. Upon further examination, sneakerheads will also notice the addition of a reflective tongue, metallic silver accents on the fore-foot midsole, and the infamous red-wax stamp on the heel which brings this latest custom gem full circle.
Keep reading after the jump to check out another look at Mache Customs "Bin 65" Air Jordan Vi's and let us know where these rank amongst your favorite pair of custom kicks.