NYC Design Studio Ceeze Gives Air Jordan 1 a “Duckboot” Makeover
With the temperature change in full swing, New York based artist Ceeze presents its Winter-ready creation, once again connecting the worlds of fashion and sports shoes.
Imagined by Connor Seltz, Ceeze is well known for its large quantity of personalized sneakers. Obsessed with sports and going through shoes and crampons every month, the designer quickly set about restoring his old shoes after a sports injury and then took courses in shoe design and fashion business management. .
Five years later, the company has made its mark in the streetwear world, providing bespoke bespoke sneakers that have led to collaborations with brands such as the Tokyo-based boutique AND SQUARE.
Inspired by LL Bean’s infamous and best-selling shoe style, the New York design studio reworks the fall / winter classic in the Air Jordan 1 High with a special surprise.
Crafted in black quilted leather, the silhouette features panels in pale peach natural nubuck while the quarters appear in burgundy suede. Plus, each pair is completely unique and has been designed to age and change slowly thanks to the natural cowhide leather and no topcoat.
Shiny black patent leather sits on the side Swoosh while the rest of the sneaker uses the same austere hue on the tongue, laces and ankle collar. Finally, a red and black plaid plaid dresses the interiors, and an off-white midsole sits atop a gum rubber outsole.