August 3, 2011 BY John Kim / 0
Some of the most popular Nike SB Dunks are the ones with the most elementary colorways. In some cases, it’s not the creativity that makes a shoe, but the simplicity, and in the case of this custom Nike SB, its the latter that shines through. Skaterat of N-SB forums recently completed this multi-year project in which he dyed a pair of SB Dunk Lows (possibly the Sandalwood/Spanish Moss, aka ‘Vegan’, release of 2006) in a two-toned olive colorway, inspired by Vietnam. Not that he has any personal experiences in the war, but as he states, “everyone skating in a city has had some interesting vagrant experiences often ending in the declaration that the homeless gentleman was ‘in Nam!”. It certainly is a job well done, and there’s no doubt these would be a popular choice had they released (and current and upcoming Nike SB Dunk releases have shown that ‘simplicity’ is once again the driving factor’. Check out the extra shot of the Nike SB Dunk ‘Nam’ Custom below and let us know what you think.
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