Jeff Danklefs aka Dank Customs proved to be ahead of the game. While most were waiting for the first pairs of the Kobe X in a the Elite Highs, he had already converted the “Team” colorway into a lowtop version. The only Kobe X with the Flyknits are the HTMs which were exclusively released at NikeLab in Milan. The rest of us will have to wait for the Nike Kobe X Elite Lows.
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He does a great job bringing the materials, concept, and feel onto a new look. If you didn’t know who he is, he holds a unique ability to convert and use previous concepts onto other models. For instance, the Jordan XI mids were successfully converted into low tops in two iconic colorways, the Breds and Space Jams. For more of his work, visit his Instagram.
— Dank & Co. (@jwdanklefs) April 17, 2015