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Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Slate Blue”

July 21, 2012 BY / 5

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The Nike SB Dunk Low pictured above in a combination of Slate Blue and Tar is close enough to the longtime Nike collaborator’s original SBs that many have started to call these ‘Futura 2′ in reference to the March ’03s despite the fact that there was already a 2008 Dunk High SB carrying similar colors and an ‘Un-‘ nickname. It’d probably take combining the two more recent styles to actually get close to the legendary New York graffiti artist’s handiwork, and the most experienced sneakerheads among us have offered comparisons to 2002’s Euro-exclusive ‘Stillwater’ Dunk Low Pros. Have a closer look below, chime in with your opinion on how these compare to the others mentioned above and stick with Sneaker News for release info. via HSCC

Nike SB Dunk Low Pro
Slate Blue/White-Tar-Gum Light Brown
304292-026

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