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Nike Dunk High ‘Geisha’ Customs by JBF

June 25, 2011 BY / 0

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How can sneaker customizer JBF top his impressive Nike Blazer designs?  How about turning to the Nike Dunk, a model he offered last year in two different lowtop carbon fiber designs.  The above pictured model is considerably less technical in its approach, though texture plays a similarly significant role with lush purple suede giving way to a white-on-white flowery brocade.  They even feature quilted sockliners for that extra added comfort befitting the regal design.  Click through to see more of these ‘Geisha’ Dunk Highs and consider following JBF on Twitter, as he plans to offer a custom-custom (pick whatever design you like!) to his 1000th follower absolutely free of charge!

 

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