Horse Kicks are created by Lexington native Marcus Floyd, aka Infinite Kustomz, creating custom 1 to 1 orders in classic colorways. A lifelong sneakerhead, Floyd studied the art of shoe “decon/recon” at The Shoe Surgeon’s SRGN Academy. Now he’s pioneering a whole new genre of footwear never before seen in the sneaker game. Transforming popular shoe releases into horse sneakers, Floyd has already created styles for its debut line this fall, inspired by Fragment x Air Jordan 1 High, “Court Purple” Jordan 1, “Dazzling Blue” Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2, and the New Balance 650.
At this year’s Breeders’ Cup in Kentucky, the sneakers are on display, auctioned off at the Sneaker Ball Lex, a charity event on November 12. Soon, customers will be able to purchase custom kicks for their hooved friends for $1200 per order, with 10 percent of the proceeds donated to Sneaker Ball Lex and its charities.
Horse Kicks are custom-built one at a time on a pre-made protective boot designed for horses. While we view these pieces as works of art, Horse Kicks are 100% wearable. The cost? $1200.
10% of all future Horse Kicks proceeds will be donated to Sneaker Ball Lex charities.