Air Jordan 4 “Trinidad James” Custom by DeJesus

January 15, 2013 | 16

Trinidad James style of rap got everyone’s attention with his hit single “All Gold Everything”. He was on Instagram straight flexin’ his latest Air Jordan 4 custom made by DeJesus Customs. This AJ 4 shown here represents what the young rapper is about. This AJ4 sports a red/black upper and highlighted with leopard patterns throughout. And it wouldn’t be a Trinidad James custom if these Jordan’s didn’t have any gold accents.

A gold chain from the front laces finishes of the eccentric look. Check out the rest of the images below and let us know what you think about this Trinidad James AJ4 by DeJesus Customs.

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Comments (16)

  1. “Hypebeast we know about u, dont cop shoes unless they popular.”

  2. SPINS6136

    THAT IS AN ABOMINATION!

  3. Stupidfreshkicks

    “Gold all on my chain,
    Crap all over my feet….

  4. Executive

    n igga n igga n igga n igga!

  5. gee

    WTF is this MF _HIT

  6. These are pretty awful…

  7. mega

    cheeks … s
    ome of these customs are so bad…
    personally im against customizin jordans …. :(

  8. AlSneaks

    it’s only mid january, but I strongly believe this will hold it’s spot as the ugliest custom of 2013.

  9. Mr Get It In!!!!

    These Are So Fly!! I hit these dudes up today, i wanna see how my Pretty Pink/Baby Blues womens low 13′s gonna look!!! Pop The Molly I’m Sweatin!!!WHEW!!!!

  10. Royal "no longer call me" swag

    “This ain’t for no f#ck ni%%a you’re a real ni%%a then f#ck with me”.

  11. Royal "no longer call me" swag

    “This sound like 007 with a n64″.

  12. Mike Wizzkowski

    Tell them boys stop popping mollys when they create custom kicks.

  13. you guys are funny. These seem like a JS x JB Collab.

  14. LG

    He popped a molly and was sweating when he made these…WOO!

  15. T

    They definitely “represent what this young rapper is about”: layering familiar cliches on top of one another for an end product that lacks both substance and style, but seems cool to people with no taste or self confidence.

  16. shoe guy

    that thing is hot

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