Ready to take your Jordan 1 lows to the next level?
Enzo from @ehkcustoms came through to show you how to create a custom pair of Shattered Backboard 3.0s. Plus, we have a few more great pairs of customs to give you some inspiration for your next project.
Check them out below.
The OG Shattered Backboards are one of the best Jordan 1 colorways of all time, and by following this tutorial, you can recreate it with a pair of Jordan 1 lows.
@ehkcustoms walks you through prepping, painting, and finishing this pair of custom lows, including an extra twist to build off of the original color scheme.
Daron Payne is bringing the fright to the field with these custom cleats designed by sponsored artist @solesbysir.
The custom Jordan cleats feature a portrait of the infamous Jason Voorhees over a bloody red and white background.
Sponsored artist @wallychamp15 created these custom Italy-inspired Air Max 90s, featuring a red, white, and green colorway based on the country's flag, plus a map of the country painted across the upper.
Sponsored artist @truebluecustoms created this killer pair of Nike SBs.
Offering another take on Jason Voorhees-inspired customs, these Nike SBs feature a bloody red and black color scheme, Friday the 13th branding, and Jason's iconic hockey mask on the tongues.
Sponsored artist @justwincustoms designed these x-ray Air Force 1s, featuring an x-ray image of a foot laid over the tongue and toe box. To finish these Halloween customs off, the artist swapped the laces out for two metal bolts and added spiked to the heels.
Grab some light green paint to get started on your own similar design.