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Nike LeBron X Shattered Prism Customs


The closest we've ever got to customising our shoes was drawing on the soles with a biro when we were bored at school. And we got in trouble for that.

Fortunately sneaker enthusiast ROM is much more talented than us; he's taken the Nike LeBron X Prism trainers and turned them into something far more colourful and exciting. Already a cool design, he's brightened up the upper with a raft of vivid colours, whilst applying the same effect to the linings and lace tabs - they've been christened the Shattered Prism.

Check out the images below, with the original Prism at the bottom for comparison.

(Images: ROM)



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