The Nike Air Revolution shoes get a Public Enemy makeover by Revive Customs. These bold sneakers are unequivocally in your face with strong slabs of color, the Public Enemy logo and typeface.
On the left heel in yellow is the cross hair Public Enemy logo, which gives this pair of Nike Air Revolutions an added militant element. Public Enemy seems to be a favorite when it comes to custom sneakers. This might be because of the group's street-focused, rebellious attitude and historic pop culture appeal. Plus, these days everything that was cool is cool again. Somehow it feels like referencing groups from the 80s and 90s lends some added credibility to custom sneakers.
Revive Customs was established by Evan Macpherson in 2006.