December 30, 2010 BY John Kim / 0
One of the biggest stories on Sneaker News last week was the Nike SB Dunk Pro Book, detailing the travels of the Nike Dunk from its original inception in 1985 to its skate-ready transformation in 2002. Nike is not one to turn a blind eye to even the smallest of details, as the Nike SB Dunk Pro Book is packaged in a special Nike SB cardboard case with taped ribbon stating “Delivered From The Future In A Cardboard Box”. Inside the package is the another special packaging – styled in a classic volume-style encyclopedia motif, bookended by the Nike Dunk sole both original and new.
Upon opening up the special book, you’ll see yet another volume placed inside a carved-out compartment; each page of the book features some of the most historic Nike SB Dunks and Nike SB Team riders, like Danny Supa, Dan Shimizu, and the most recent notable Eric Koston. There’s some imagery in here that you might have never seen (like factory workers assembling/inspecting the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low), making this worth a purchase for even the mildest of Dunk fans. Perhaps the timing is a little off, as this would have been a perfect option for a holiday gift, but something as awesome as this is good to get any time of the year. Continue reading for a look inside the Nike SB Dunk Pro Book and we’ll keep you posted on availability. via N-SB.