Taking some of our favorite prints from Roshes previously released, we created the What the Roshe.
The series was limited to 3 pairs. It was the first ever release to cause a website crash.
The "What the Roshes" were featured on every major sneaker blog at the time that they were created.
For these Roshes we were inspired by the bright colors of the Bel Air Jordan 5s. We took that concept and then worked in our world famous elephant print into the design. The fron thalf of the shoe was kept simple and painted grey in order to pay tribute to the Jordan 5s that inspired us during this design.
The shoes are available for purchase by going to our store section.
In keeping with our tradition of releasing a 112 inspired shoe on Black Friday we created these KD 7s which feature our famous elephant print. We tried to keep in line with the famous 112 color scheme but added a small touch to it; we added reflective laces to the shoe.
If you are interested in ordring a pair for yourself please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org We currently do not offer this design on our store.
We created these Baroque print Jordan 1s with the idea of taking the extremely popular Jordan "Bred" color blocking and adding some subtle artwork to that shoe. We painted the entire shoe in the traditional Jordan 1 color blocking manor and then painted a gold baroque print to all of the red panels on the shoe.
The shoe is available to purchase in the store of our website.
Trying to stay true to Bapes style, we designed these Bape Nike Dunks. The entire toe features the iconic Bape camo, which was completely freehanded onto the shoe. The back half of the shoe features the star found on the bapeSTA. We also freehanded shark teeth onto the back of the shoe.
Combining prints from nearly every single Nike Supreme collaboration, we created the What the Supreme Dunks.
The shoes appear to be perfectly balanced from a distance but upon closer examination there are no two similar parts of the shoe. The entire shoe was freehanded.
These dunks were created completely inspired by the CWhitt Customs logo. The entire front half of the shoe was painted with a tonal mint elephant print to match our logo. On the back half of the shoe, a tonal tiger camo was painted.
Tiger camo was chosen because, in our opinion, it compliments the elephant print perfectly. They share many aesthetic similarities.
As a 1 of 1 commission, KD 4's were created as an infamous "What The" design.
Since this particular theme has been done not only by Nike but also other customizers, we took a different approach to it. The patterns on the shoe can only be found on the straps, tongues, and liners. Although there appears to be nothing to connect the two shoes, the common color-blocking brings them together.
Inspired by the SoleFly Jordan 3s, we created these SoleFly Dunks. The soles were dyed red using a custom color of FBCC sole dye. For the first time, we also created custom tags for the shoes. The tags feature a play on the Florida Lottery logo. We chose the Florida Lottery because that was said to be the initial inspiration for the SoleFly collaboration in the first place
Wanting to play off of the popular "Black Cement" Roshe that first started to increase CWhitt coverage on sneaker blogs, the Black Cement 2.0s were created.
An elephant print was painted on the swooshes and the sole. It is a style of color blocking rarely seen on a pair of Roshes. The soles were chosen to be painted in the print in order to call attention to them.
The soles of the Roshes are something rarely chosen to be the focal point of the shoe.
These were a 1 of 1 commission for a customer who had two simple requests; they wanted a Star Wars theme and a galaxy print. Since the shoes had red soles, we kept the design limited to just Sith ships from the movie. The color red in the movie is only associated with the Sith.
Throughout the galaxy print, we painted many different ships flying throughout.
At a customers request, the Black Cement 3.0s were created. The customer wanted the shoes to match his custom elephant print Nike Elite socks. With that in mind, the color-blocking of the Roshes was created.
The concept was to extend the print of the sock onto the shoe so that it almost appeared as if the sock and the shoe were one piece.
The Cabana Wear Roshes were inspired by an episode of Seinfeld that focuses around cabana wear or cruise wear. We covered the entire shoe in a Hawaiian Floral print.
These were limited to 8 pairs in the series. They were featured on every major Roshe Run focused blog, most notably Team Roshe
Although at first glance these dunks may appear simple, upon further investigation you would see that the entire shoe has an elephant print embossed into the leather upper of the shoe. The entire shoe is embossed by hand using a wood burner. Then the shoe was painted a matte black while the midsole was painted a bright red.
Inspired by the popular trend started by Versace, we covered these LeBron 11s in a baroque print.
The Baroque LeBrons were originally limited to 8 pairs in the series but that was later changed to only 5 pairs.
These LeBrons were featured on every major sneaker blog.
Bringing sports teams and footwear even closer together; these Manchester United Air Max 1s were created. A red tonal elephant print was painted on the shoe to bring some texture as well as bring some interest to what would be a very boring shoe. We also painted a MUFC logo on the side of the shoe. The tongue tags feature the Man U crest.
This style can be created for any team in any colors.
Combining the two most important Nike Dunk collaborations of all time, we created the TiffanySupreme Nike Dunks. Both collaborations shared a similar color blocking so it was kept the same. Elephant print is painted on half of the shoe to represent the Supreme collaboration while the base of the shoe was painted mint to match the Tiffany Dunks.