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Singaporean artist and international designer Mark Ong or better known as SBTG just hours ago updated his official online store, the SBTG Surplus with the customize version of classic Air Jordan 3 and 4 dubbed as “Sawtooth”. The next dimension of Air Jordan are now available with military concept of the original signature tiger camouflage print by SBTG, mixing dark and light green with saddle brown, and then the detailing steps in with the sawtooth graphic along the lateral side and Army spec lettering on each shoe. For your quick information, every pair is fully hand-painted and made-to-order which allow them to four to five weeks of production time before delivery. For those of you sneaker head or big fan of SBTG and Air Jordan, the “Sawtooh” Air Jordan 3 and 4 are available with retail price of approximately around IDR 8.794.000. To order you can simply visit the official site of SBTG Surplus. Find more detailed photos above and let us know if you will be adding these crazy customs of Air Jordan to your collection.

SBTG was created in 2003 by Singaporean artist Mark Ong. Fuelled by his need to create a new look of sneakers, Mark started his career as a hobby sneaker painter, working out of his parents’ kitchen. His first claim to fame came after he won a sneaker customizing competition on the Nike Talk Forum. His winning submission gained massive attention from the sneaker industry, and SBTG instantly became a name synonymous with the art of sneaker customization. Since then, SBTG has been invited to commission designs for sneaker industry giants like Nike, DC shoes and New Balance. The most notable was 2006’s Asia-exclusive release of the Nike SBTG SB Dunk which drew overnight crowds region wide and sold out within an hour of launch in every country it sold in. SBTG sneaker customs have attracted the likes of Kobe Bryant, Mike Shinoda, and Joe Hahn of Linkin Park, James Lavelle, and Q-tip just to name a few. Nowadays, he runs his own shop called the SBTG Surplus. The shop covers anything that he created, from graphic t-shirt, shoes, accessories, and many more. Each comes housed in a army surplus style custom box.

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