Unlike the tried and true method of customizing leather or canvas sneakers, to personalize a pair Nike Roshe Run opens up a whole new set of challenges. From how the mesh upper will react the color palette to the altering the paint’s viscosity, not many have perfected the difficult task till JP Custom Kicks. With a plain pair of all-black Nike Roshe Run, JP Custom Kicks was able to somehow “wring out” a pair of Air Jordan III Black/Cement instead. Full of details, right down to the cement/elephant accents and mid-sole color blocking, but the most unique aspect of this custom is how proportion each design element is. Considering just how popular it is, this pair will quite likely be the first of many Roshe Run customs to come soon.