January 28, 2010 BY John Kim / 0
Certain Nike Dunk SBs command a ridiculous premium in the sneaker market; the more exclusive, the higher the price. Samples or unreleased products are usually atop that heap; the Freddy Krueger Nike Dunk Low SB and the original Gucci Dunk High SB are some examples of kicks that required the buyer to stretch his wallet or spare a pair or two from his collection. Here’s a look another unreleased sample that might have that top-dollar potential.
The number of materials and textures alone tell you that Nike put some extensive thought into this shoe. The interesting netting on the toebox and center panel with reflective 3M on the base, croc-skin on the swoosh, grip-traction on the toe, and embossed polka-dot cushioning on the inner liner give these samples a mechanical, motorcycle-like motif. The logo on the heel is also undecipherable as well. So why didn’t Nike SB release these? Nobody knows for sure. Check out the pics and Sneaker News will drop more info on this interesting pair in due time. via Mentalkicks.