Freehand Profit x Jet – Nike Superfly R4 Track Cleat Mask

By - March 5th, 2014

Freehand Profit x Jet   Nike Superfly R4 Track Cleat Mask

Artist Freehand Profit has carved a unique niche for himself, taking sneakers apart and re-assembling the elements to create art pieces that double as wearable masks. For his 77th sneaker mask, the DMV area native teamed up with world-class sprinter Carmelita Jeter, the three-time Olympic medalist who goes by the nickname “Jet.” The resulting one of a kind art piece is made from just three pairs of Jeter’s Nike Superfly R4 track cleats, representing the first creation that doesn’t use a mask as a base. Best of all,┬áthe piece is being auctioned to benefit the Shiekh Compton After School Program, which provides a safe environment for Compton teens. Go to the eBay auction to place your bid now.

Freehand Profit x Jet   Nike Superfly R4 Track Cleat Mask







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Lol now I got stop following you guys his stuff to is a waste another 4 pairs of shoes that will never see a track meet and cross that finish line