Ceeze Gives the Air Jordan 1 High a "DuckBoot" Treatment

Known for its vast amount of custom sneakers, New York design studio Ceeze whipped up a new Air Jordan 1 High dubbed as the “DuckBoot.” The company has established itself in the world of streetwear with elevated bespoke sneakers which led to collaborations with brands such as the Tokyo-based boutique AND SQUARE for an all-over animal patterned Balenciaga Triple S and North Carolina-based aircraft recycler Aircraft Solutions USA Inc. to reimagine the Off-White x Air Jordan 1 “The Ten” with airplane trash. Due to the massive inflow of sneakers, the studio also recently produced bags out of leftover uppers of sneakers.

The classic silhouette receives an iteration quite like Nike’s Lunar Force 1 Duckboot series which is mainly composed of winter-ready pairs featuring the forefront constructed with a full texturized configuration. Instead of a studded mudguard and toebox, the pair prefers a black quilted leather with overlays in natural pale peach nubuck while the quarters are decked in burgundy suede. Glossy black patent leather makes up for the lateral Swoosh while the rest of the shoe prefers the same stark hue hitting the tongue, laces and ankle collar. A red and black checkered plaid lines the interiors and an off-white midsole sits over a gum rubber outsole.

For those interested to add the bespoke design to their collection, head over to Ceeze’s website to cop the pair for $2,850 USD.

For more sneakers, take an on-foot look at G-Dragon’s PEACEMINUSONE x Nike Kwondo 1.
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