January 20, 2011 BY John Kim / 0
In addition to featuring the Fall 2011 Footwear & Apparel line-up at the Bright Tradeshow, Nike SB took the opportunity to bring its Nike SB Dunk Pro Book to life by creating a mini-exhibit in a museum-style set-up with actual Nike SB artifacts to go along with the summary of the book. The Nike SB Dunk has had a long and particularly storied history, with each SB Dunk release carrying its own fun and convoluted story. Take for example the eBay Charity Dunk that was sawed into four pieces, or the scrapped Freddy Kruegers that still somehow made it out to the public. The focus also goes on the Nike SB team riders from past and present, like Danny Supa, Gino Iannucci, Dan Shimizu, and Eric Koston. DunkBar has provided a nice first-hand look at the great set-up so take a look at the extended gallery below and let us know which Nike SB Dunk is your favorite of all time. If you’re still trying to get the Nike SB Dunk Pro Book, you can grab a copy on eBay.
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