Nike Foamposites with Dyed Soles

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Joined Oct 1, 2011
Just wanted to show you guys my dyed foamposite soles that I did today on my Royal Blues. All I did was mix a whole package of RIT powder dye, with a little bit of water, and did a little of sea glow to make sure the color stuck to the soles. turned out pretty good.
First Coat

End Result


Turned out pretty good for my first time.
 
143
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Joined Oct 1, 2011
Just wanted to show you guys my dyed foamposite soles that I did today on my Royal Blues. All I did was mix a whole package of RIT powder dye, with a little bit of water, and did a little of sea glow to make sure the color stuck to the soles. turned out pretty good.
First Coat

End Result


Turned out pretty good for my first time.
 
143
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Joined Oct 1, 2011
Thanks man, I appreciate it. I was either going to tint them since they weren't that yellow, but I decided to do black.
 
143
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Joined Oct 1, 2011
Thanks man, I appreciate it. I was either going to tint them since they weren't that yellow, but I decided to do black.
 
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Joined May 31, 2008
I find it crazy that someone would want to blackout clear icy soles....but do as you please since they are YOUR sneakers. However they did come out nice. 
 
255
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Joined May 31, 2008
I find it crazy that someone would want to blackout clear icy soles....but do as you please since they are YOUR sneakers. However they did come out nice. 
 
143
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Joined Oct 1, 2011
Here is what you need: RIT Powder Dye [whatever color you want] (can find it at your local walmart in detergent aisle), a paint brush, a mixing cup, some island girl sea glow (buy it on ebay), and water. i made my solution thick. i poured a half a cup of water in the mixing cup, the whole package of rit dye and about 1-2 teaspoons of sea glow. the sea glow is supposed to act as the glue for the color to stick to the soles. I did two coats. Take your time, and allow at least 45 mins for drying.
 
143
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Joined Oct 1, 2011
Here is what you need: RIT Powder Dye [whatever color you want] (can find it at your local walmart in detergent aisle), a paint brush, a mixing cup, some island girl sea glow (buy it on ebay), and water. i made my solution thick. i poured a half a cup of water in the mixing cup, the whole package of rit dye and about 1-2 teaspoons of sea glow. the sea glow is supposed to act as the glue for the color to stick to the soles. I did two coats. Take your time, and allow at least 45 mins for drying.
 

nikedealer

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Can you post pics of the kicks right side up to give it the true look? Did the black come out glossy or flat? I cant tell from the several pics...

Thanks and good job
 

nikedealer

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Joined Mar 10, 2011
Can you post pics of the kicks right side up to give it the true look? Did the black come out glossy or flat? I cant tell from the several pics...

Thanks and good job
 
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Joined Mar 6, 2011
great job man. im considering dying the soles on the pines so this will come in handy.
 
672
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Joined Mar 6, 2011
great job man. im considering dying the soles on the pines so this will come in handy.
 
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