Black House Jordan XI, an amazing makeover for a pair of plain old Jordan XI’s. The Architect of KXIV reinterpreted a pair of size 10 Jordan XI’s by using exotic material such as genuine black python, buffalo leather and metallic cowhide on the upper, pull tab and heel counter. To add glitter to the luxe sneakers gold decorations are applied to pig and lambskin lined toe box.
There are several gold colored patterns and logos lasercut onto the shoe. Tongue features texts that reads Chiang Mai and Black House. Traditional Thai pattern Garuda emblem is etched on the side. It takes in total 16 hours to laser cut patterns on the shoe. Most of the design work was done using a CAD program, something the Architect use in his day job as an architect.
Offered with a $2,000 price tag, Black House Jordan XI can be ordered online through KXIV’s website.