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Jun 26, 2013 | 3:15 PM    Written By: Francisco M
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From time to time we all get inspired by something or other and we get up and do something. It seems like sneaker artist R2 Customs was hit with the same bug. Taking cues from the iridescent candy paint seen on cars in music videos in the 90's and early 2000's, the custom extraordinaire decided to give that color changing effect to a pair of kicks. A combination of green, fluorescent orange, metallic blue, and gold was applied to the Nike Foamposite Pro, giving it a color changing effect when seen from different angles and when light hits the shoe. Very Chameleon like as the sneaker tends to stay on the green-ish side of things and has the "cloak" effect seen on a few Nike releases. Check the images and give us your thoughts on this one of a kind pair of Foamposites.

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