Nike SB Dunk Low “Medicom 4” Unreleased Sample

August 8, 2012 BY / 3

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Japanese toy-maker Medicom and Nike have teamed up for a lengthy partnership resulting in a number of enticing (and hard-to-get) SB Dunk Low projects – five in total to be exact. It started in 2004 with the White/Royal/Orange release with the Medicom logo on the heel, and 2008’s Gore-Tex stands as the most recent version, but in 2006, Nike SB and Medicom flirted with this two-toned snakeskin version that combined a clean all-white skin and another wilder material with grey infusion. Seeing that all five chapters of the Medicom x Nike SB Dunk saga are one of the hardest SB Dunks to obtain, this sample (oddly in a size 8.5) is certainly one of the rare bits out there, so check out the images of this unreleased version below and get your bids in action in the listing from pushing_weight on eBay.


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3 comments
ravagezx
ravagezx

Haha these ended yesterday I scooped em up to end off my nike sb collection, these goin straight to display. keepin em icy!!

hypebeast
hypebeast

but the auction ended yesterday....

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