While we all continue to self-isolate, many people are using this time to step up their customs, and to help you get some ideas for your next project, we thought we'd share some of the great customs our sponsored artists have been working on lately.
Check out the customs below and stop by our online store yo grab the tools you need to create your own custom sneakers.
First up is sponsored artist @justwincustoms with a pair of Air Forces straight out of Ghost Rider.
These custom 'Rage Force 0s' feature an all-black silhouette, flaming orange accents, a burning Nike Swoosh, and chain laces.
Painting detailed designs can take some work, and sponsored artist @kendrascustoms has clearly put in the hours.
These slip-on Vans feature a detailed cityscape on one shoe and painting of a mountain on the other. If you want to step up your own detail work, try grabbing a detail brush to use for more intricate designs.
Sponsored artist @dejesuscustomfootwear started a great new series on his YouTube channel where he recreates designs made by other sneaker artists.
For the first installment, he recreated these unique rainbow tiger print Jordan 1s. To see for yourself what tools you need to recreate this design, make sure to check out the full video on YouTube.
Eternal Atake may have taken a while to come out, but Lil Uzi Vert's latest album finally dropped earlier this year.
To commemorate this new project, sponsored artist @lucha_loafers recreated the album's cover art on a pair of classic slip-on Vans.
Grab a 12 color assortment kit to try painting this design yourself.
Nike Mags might be one of the most iconic sneakers of all time, but they can be pretty tough to get your hands on. Still, you can at least recreate the colorway yourself.
Sponsored artist @tragik1993 designed his own customs inspired by Back to the Future, and the final result is one of the cleanest pairs of customs you'll see for a while.
If you liked these customs, make sure to check out our Instagram for more original designs.