Kicking things off is sponsored artist @dejesuscustomfootwear teaching us how to recreate this iconic Bel-Air/90s-inspired pattern.
For this tutorial, Dylan used a pair of all-white AF1s to demonstrate how to create this pattern, but you can apply it to pretty much any pair of kicks you want.
To learn how you can recreate this design, make sure to check out the full tutorial on YouTube for a detailed walkthrough, including all the materials and stencils you need to get started.
August 23 is Kobe Bryant's birthday, and to celebrate his amazing legacy, sponsored artist @mache275 created these custom Kobe's.
Featuring the unmistakable purple and gold Lakers color scheme alongside two incredibly detailed portraits of the man himself, these customs are a great way to pay respect to Kobe's lasting impact.
Turns out professional athletes don't love it when a team cheats their way to a championship.
Sponsored artist @truebluecustoms designed these "Free Joe Kelly" custom cleats for Trevor Bauer of the Cincinnati Reds after Joe Kelly was suspended for intentionally throwing at Astros players.
Sponsored artist @truebluecustoms also came through with a pair of customs dedicated to celebrating Kobe's birthday and legacy.
These custom Jordan 13s feature several great details, including the Lakers purple and gold color scheme, both of Kobe's iconic 8 and 24 jerseys, and "Mamba Forever" and "Legends Never Die" inscribed on the toes.
Vans Slip-Ons are arguably the best shoe for detailed, large-scale paintings. Just take a look at these Star Wars customs by sponsored artist @kendrascustoms.
Featuring two of the series' many instantly-recognizable characters, Darth Vader and Chewbacca, these customs showcase insane attention to detail and are the perfect kicks for the hardcore Star Wars fan.