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Classics Revisited: Nike SB Dunk High “Sea Crystal” (2004)

December 14, 2012 BY / 1

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NIKE SB DUNK HIGH 2004 WEEK

Finishing up our spotlight of 2004 SB Dunk Highs is one of the most popular non-collabos to have ever release – the ‘Sea Crystal’. Matched up with an equally enticing ‘Ice Green’ and completed with a black Swoosh, outsole, inner lining, and laces, the Sea Crystals were incredibly popular partially due to its full-suede build (shared by the likes of the ‘Hulk’, ‘Iron’, and ‘Maple’ releases of 2003). Although SB Dunks were never officially ‘Retroed’, the Sea Crystal re-surfaced in tonal Mid-form in 2009. Sea Crystals in your stash? Let us know after checking out the rest of tonight’s Classics Revisited below.

Nike SB Dunk High “Sea Crystal”
Ice Green/Black-Sea Crystal
305050-301
04/2004

 


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ZTGiby
ZTGiby

always wanted a clean ds pair but could never find them. sick shoes

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