Nike ACG Considered “Convertible” Dunk

February 27, 2008 BY / 0

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For all of you looking for more news on Nike’s next Dunk release, it won’t be in this post, instead we wanted to give you a look at a possible Dunk that will be release sometime in the distant future. Here is a look at the Nike ACG Considered “Convertible” Dunk, if you haven’t heard about Considered it’s the new “technology” that Nike has instilled in it’s manufacturing aspects of some Nike models. Considered, looks to minimize harmful chemicals and create quality shoes while doing less harm to the environment, the most infamous Considered product to date is the Air Jordan XX3, designed by Tinker Hatfield. This Nike ACG Dunk, that has been nicknamed the “Convertible” Dunk for obvious reasons, has a flap that folds down in the back making it easy to take off. The shoe are supposedly even more comfortable than the original Dunk while maybe not as comfortable as the newly redesigned Dunk that features Zoom Air. There is no release date on these and they may never see the light of day but we figured we’d give you a look at what is brewing out in Beaverton, Oregon. via Sneaker Freaker

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