August 24, 2011 BY John Kim / 17
Nike SB has gotten creative not only with devising concepts behind the releases, but with the actual construction of the shoes. Take for example the ‘Statue of Liberty’ Dunk High, which features a wear-and-tear upper that reveals a secondary ‘rust’ colorway beneath the refreshing sea green, or the ‘Cheech & Chong’ Dunks, which featured a mossy green suede beneath the thin white upper. Rollomite of N-SB forums decided to ‘un-roll’ his Cheech and Chong Dunks by carefully ‘exact-o-knifing’ the outer white layer to reveal the entire sweet sticky goodness at the toe guard. Of course, you can creative with your own ‘custom’ Cheech and Chong SB Dunks, so let us know what you do to customize your pair, and if you still don’t have these once-scrapped SB Dunks, pick up a pair now on eBay.
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if youre going to spend 200+ on a pair of shoes you have to either be filthy rich or completely retarded to skate them. Are you telling me if you got a pair of pidgeons you would skate them because they are SB's?
S.O.S please!!!!! Do any body happens to know how to clean the white canvas w/o washing the all shoe?mys got to fruit punch stains in the back
R U serious!! ..U may not like the shoes, but what means look like grass, is green suede.. just that ..is a shoe, don't smoke it!
he said he might put up a video if he cuts more, but he said it was pretty easy, only using an exacto knife and tweezers. just takes patience.
Nike SB Dunk High “Yeezy” Releasing on Black Friday by John Kim 24 Comments