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Custom Under Armour Cleats

Towson’s Will Harrington knows style and now he’s giving you a dose of some by displaying his custom Under Armour cleats.

Towson’s Will Harrington knows style and now he’s giving you a dose of some by displaying his custom Under Armour cleats.


The cleats are designed using paint marker and are then treated. The treatment is important so the paint doesn’t fade.


As you peruse the pictures you can tell that the design changes as it works its way around the shoe.

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Sarah Palmer
Sarah Palmer
10 years ago

These were done with paint sticks so unfortunately, the lines aren’t as clean. I’m working with some new designs and logos so hopefully there are many more shoes (footwear, accessories etc.) to come.

Chowder
Chowder
11 years ago

What UA cleats actually are these?

aj
aj
11 years ago

why is there a nike swoosh on the toe if they are UA shoes…?

look sick though

Nabeel
Nabeel
11 years ago

F***ing awesome will
YOU GENIOUS

412 Lax
412 Lax
11 years ago

Looks like a rattlesnake took a s**t on them

Taylor
Taylor
11 years ago

these things are weak looking, looks like a first grader made them.

matsy
matsy
11 years ago

These are filthy dope…who did these?!

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