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Would You Wear These Jollibee-Themed Nike Air Jordans?

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If you're a die-hard Jollibee fan, you probably have all kinds of merch, from T-shirts to Funko Pops. We recently spotted cool Jollibee-themed sneakers that feature the iconic bee mascot (we know there's a high chance that Jollibee might actually be a fly and not a bee, but still).

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While the fun sneaker design is currently just a concept and not an actual sneaker style (...yet), we're pretty sure Jollibee stans would want to get their hands on the pair if they ever make them. Jonathan Leong AKA @thecyborgsamurai on Instagram posted his "Custom Concept" for Ox Street, a streetwear marketplace based in Singapore.

"Here's my WHAT IF? Custom Concept: Nike Air Jordan 4 x Jollibee, Home of The Famous Chickenjoy!" his post reads. He created a mock-up of the Nike Air Jordan 4 basketball sneaker clad in Jollibee-inspired colors with the fast-food chain's famous logo stamped on the tongue.

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The predominantly red sneaker features yellow and white accents and are on the chunky side, perfect for those who are into bulky-looking kicks. Check it out below.

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While the photo in the post is currently just a concept, it looks like there's a high chance that the sneaker will actually be available for purchase. "Stay tuned for updates sometime in late August / September 2020 on how to order a bespoke pair in your size from my studio," reads Leong's caption.

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Would you cop these quirky kicks?

Hell yeah.

Hard pass.

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For more information, log on to Jonathan Leong's Instagram page and Ox Street's Instagram page.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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