If it’s two colors we wouldn’t mind seeing on every Air Jordan Retro, it would have to be the combination of orange and green. The first Air Jordan retro to feature this combo was the Air Jordan 5 Retro “Olive” that released in 2006, Now custom sneaker artist Alexander Borgella, brings the Olive/Orange color combo, on this Air Jordan 6 labeled “No Losses” which was inspired by the UNDFTD IV. This custom features an Olive upper, Orange laces, White / Black and Orange midsole. For some custom sneakers, you can sometimes tell that it’s been customized due to a few errors on the painting but this Air Jordan VI, was executed so well that it almost looks like an official colorway. Check out the Air Jordan VI “No Losses” custom after the Jump and cop your pair over at Shop Impeccable.

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  • Hotmail

    those are fuckin gay, looks like a 3 yr old painted the white part

  • Fernando Candia

    They remind me of an Undefeated (same thing for no losses) color way.

  • heyitszachm

    funny that you say it looks like a 3 year old painted the white part because it appears these were originally laker 6s which means jb did that…

  • Robbie Rob Ruffin

    A pair of UNDFTD Air Jordan VIs would be everything. I like the concept.

  • windsor

    how does he dye the icy soles?

  • windsor

    how does he dye the icy soles?

  • shakesnkicks

    thats tough honestly.. if these released i would cop in a heartbeat