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mita sneakers x Kicks Lab x Thrasher Buchanan Dog ‘Realtree’

May 20, 2012 BY / 0

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Didn’t we already see a Nike SB Dunk Mid covered in Bill Jordan’s Realtree Camo prints?  Longtime Sneaker News readers will be able to point you back to October 2010 when Dunks and Bruins dropped featuring unique camouflage prints, and now here comes a couple of new drops with more than a passing resemblance.  The Realtree x Thrasher Buchanan Dog looks so familiar because this mita sneakers x Kicks Lab collaboration applies a similar print to lines that are clearly inspired by the Dunk lineage (and its imitators).  Like all the Thrasher kicks so far, these will be hard to find in the US; will you make the effort to import them after seeing more images below?  Photos: mita sneakers

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