We’re starting to see a Red October-like effect from the Diamond Supply Co. x Nike SB Dunk, and we’re totally digging it. King of Sneakers seems to be down with the movement, too, creating a new pair of customs in a similar theme.
The Air Jordan 5 “Diamond Cut” customs by King of Sneakers arrive in a design dominated by turquoise, with accents of metallic silver throughout. The tongues and netted, midfoot panels carry the majority of the accenting color, but the front end of the shoes are spectacular. KOS created a diamond cut graphic that covers the toes completely. The multiple faces of the diamond graphic are placed in various shades of blue, with spots of white appearing as well. A diamond shaped logo stands next the notorious “23” that is synonymous with the G.O.A.T. Black is another rather dominating color seen with these shoes, as it swallows the lacing and entire midsole, except for the turquoise shark teeth.
Nicely done, KOS! We like the diamond cut-inspired graphics he placed on the toes, it gives this theme a fun, new spin. If you’re in the market for some exclusive, made-to-order kicks, check out King of Sneakers! Their online shop is full customs, and even includes some starter kits for aspiring sneaker artists. Stick with Sneakerfiles for more sneaker news!