Marcus Jordan has an opinion on custom Air Jordans that's going to be divisive. The son of Mike went to Twitter and said that sneakers that aren't in factory condition are fake.

He tweeted:

He then responded about a pair of custom Air Jordan IIIs:

Some people feel strongly about customs, and some feel a pair of Air Jordan should never be touched. Rightfully so, Marcus is one the latter. Each sneaker is an extension of his father's legacy, and he doesn't want to see them touched by anyone outside of the brand.

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