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Classics Revisited: Nike SB Dunk Low “Hunter Forbes” (2004)

November 27, 2012 BY / 0

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NIKE SB DUNK LOW 2004 WEEK

The earliest SB Dunks were designed by the members of the Nike skate team. Reese Forbes is one of the original members of that squad, but it’s his 2004 release of the ‘Hunter’ that is the most memorable of the bunch. He used a woodland camouflage print on the upper and combined it with a beige burlap material and a weave-stitched inner lining in orange to complete that big-game hunter appeal. The ‘Hunter Forbes’ was one of the more-sought after releases of that year, and last year’s Realtree Camo on the Mid helped SB fans recall that nearly decade-old release. More on this classic SB Dunk of 2004 is just below, so check out Classics Revisited below and let us know if you have these in your stash.

Nike SB Dunk Low
Natural Burlap/Orange Blaze
304292-281
11/2004


Photos: olumyung on eBay

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