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Nike SB Dunk High ‘Cheech & Chong’ – Underlayer Revealed

May 6, 2011 BY / 0

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After a confirmation of another Todd Bratrud x Nike SB Dunk High ‘4/20′, Sneaker News gave you a teaser preview of an interesting detail that showed a weathered white layer above a green material. Clearly the white upper layer would wear off after frequent use (much like how the SB Dunk High ‘Statue of Liberty’ gets its kicks), but we haven’t seen a clear image of the funky feature until now. The toebox is where this sticky situation occurs; the delicate white material slowly wears away to reveal the green goodness below. Another interesting note is that the Cheech & Chong will in fact release, but in limited quantities, so check with your local SB account soon. Click below for another detailed look (courtesy of shoewolf) at one of the most controversial shoes of 2011 and let us know if you’re looking to cop a pair. If you’re out of luck with in-store options, pick up a pair now on eBay.

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