Nike SB Dunk Low 'Chrome Ball'- Elephant Custom     

             The first time elephant print was ever used on a pair of kicks were on the Air Jordan 3, then later worked its way to other kicks such as the Supreme lows, De La Souls highs, and the Nike Air Max 1 ‘Atmos’ which these Chrome ball customs colorway remsembles. Ever since then most sneaker heads fiend for any sign of elephant print on their shoes, some even go out their way to customize their kicks with hand drawn elephant print like CemetaryDrive did. 

                  The Nike SB Dunk ‘Chrome ball’ lows were designed by Neil Blender to look like one of the original Airwalk Enigma colorways, but N-SB.org member CemetaryDrive decided to add a little touch of his own on these by drawing out an Elephant pattern on the overlay with a Pigma Micron marker and then etching out the krinkly lines with a Craftsman iron. Check out the rest of CemetaryDrive customs after the jump.

~ Soleless

Nike SB Dunk Low 'Chrome Ball'- Elephant Custom

Nike SB Dunk Low 'Chrome Ball'- Elephant Custom

Nike SB Dunk Low 'Chrome Ball'- Elephant Custom

Nike SB Dunk Low 'Chrome Ball'- Elephant Custom

Nike SB Dunk Low 'Chrome Ball'- Elephant Custom

Nike SB Dunk Low 'Chrome Ball'- Elephant Custom