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Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Concrete Terrorist’ Customs by Falsequest

September 26, 2011 BY / 8

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Nike SB already blessed us this year with a Dunk High SB ‘Plum’ based on the classic pre-SB-era Dunk Low B, otherwise, that nickname could have gone to this new custom design pictured above. The Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Concrete Terrorist’ was created in tribute to that 2002-05 period many SB heads consider the label’s golden era, their simple two-toned colorblocking pattern cast in the kind of suede and canvas that’d make anyone with classical leanings smile inside. So how does this fat-tongued custom rank against other ‘remixes’, including Nike SB’s own reprisals? Click through for more and leave a comment to let us know what you think. via falsequest on N-SB


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8 comments
faker
faker

fire..u can call me whatever but this is pretty impressive

Abe
Abe

I would add on dark purple laces and lace up SB style and just rock'em till it cracks. The way OG heads thought of their kicks; till death do them part.

miko
miko

sick!! amazing shoes keep it up

AKN
AKN

clean

Stoney
Stoney

Where can I get these !!! Heat

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