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Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver AJ Green could have the best-looking feet on the field in Week 1. Thanks to an amazing artist from Dez Customz, it appears Green will be rocking an incredible pair of tiger-themed cleats for his team’s opener against the Chicago Bears. According to Sneaker Files, Green personally requested the new kicks. […]
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Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green showed off these sick cleats he plans on wearing for the season opener this weekend. The custom Nike cleats feature Tiger marking and a menacing Tiger eye on the side of them, as well as Green’s name on the back heel.
Since the NFL is the “No Fun League” and has a billion rules about the tiniest uniform alterations, Green will probably wind...
Bengals WR AJ Green will have the coolest looking feet in the NFL this weekend. According to Sneaker Files, Green personally requested the new kicks. They feature the Bengals team colors in addition to actual characteristics of a tiger with an eye looking out the side of the shoe. Green’s name is stitched across the back of the cleats. Here is another look:
It looks like AJ...
A.J. Green’s custom Bengals cleats are pretty cool looking.
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In anticipation of the 2013 NFL season, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver AJ Green had Kicks or Die create him a pair of sick custom cleats.
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