The Shoe Surgeon x eBay x Air Jordan 1 Custom will be available

The Shoe Surgeon x eBay x Air Jordan 1 Custom
The Shoe Surgeon, who is based in California has teamed up with eBay to create a very unique Air Jordan 1 for an extremely good cause. This The Shoe Surgeon x eBay x Air Jordan 1 Custom will be auctioned off exclusively at ComplexCon, with all proceeds going to the California wildfire relief fund. Only 10 pairs of the custom will be available. Dressed in eBay’s iconic colors of Red, White, Blue, Green and Yellow that comes constructed in a python skin upper with The Shoe Surgeon and eBay’s logos on the tongues.
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Fresh off his own take on Virgil Abloh’s Air Jordan 1 collaboration, The Shoe Surgeon is dropping yet another rendition of His Airness’ original Swoosh-emblazoned kicks — this time for a good cause. Appearing in The Shoe Surgeon’s usual python, these colorful Jordans come in a slick eBay-inspired combo of red, blue, yellow, and green on a white base. And the reason for the look? The celebrated sneaker customizer is partnering with the e-commerce platform to auction off ten pairs of the shoes to raise funds for those affected by the wildfires that have recently devastated Northern California.
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The wildfires in Northern California have caused an immeasurable amount of damage to its inhabitants, its homes, its businesses, and its way of life. Losses have totaled more than $3 billion, but that daunting figure isn’t stopping Californians from contributing to the recovery phase. The Shoe Surgeon, a notable sneaker customizer based in California, has teamed up with eBay to release ten customized pairs of the Air Jordan 1; decorated in eBay’s signature colors and re-built in python skin uppers, this The Shoe Surgeon x eBay custom Air Jordan 1 will be auctioned off exclusively at Complex Con, with all proceeds going directly to the California wildfire relief fund. If you’re at Complex Con this weekend, check it out in person and place a bid to own a timeless and charitable piece of sneaker history.

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