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Nike SB Dunk High – ‘Brain Wreck’ – Elephant Custom by CemeteryDrive

August 15, 2010 BY / 0

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Elephant Print manages to spice up anything it touch, does it not? Here’s a look at the Nike SB Dunk High with the sublime Elephant Print applied to the toe box as well as the lace-placket, using the black-on-grey combination that originated on the Air Jordan III. These customs were done at the hands of Cemetery Drive, who recently added the universally loved print on the pair of the recently released Nike SB Dunk Low Chromeball Incident. Does elephant print match well with the Brain Wreck SB Dunk High? Continue reading for an extra look and let us know which of Cemetery Drive’s customs look better. via N-SB.

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