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Skate Mental x Nike SB Dunk High “Inline Skate”

January 4, 2013 BY / 3

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Have you been waiting around for years for Nike’s action sports division to splinter off with a roller blading sub-category? Still no word on that, but it looks like this latest Skate Mental x Nike SB project will get kinda close. The Nike SB Dunk High pictured uses some graphics to re-imagine the sneaker as an inline skate, with wheels running along the otherwise clean white-walled midsole (oh and they’ve got a strap across the top). Continue reading to check out the funky Skate Mental x Nike SB “Inline Skate” and look for them now at accounts like Civilist Berlin.

















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aintnojoke1
aintnojoke1

Where are the original rollerblade colors (Black with Purple and Orange accents)?  Great concept though and I love the ratchet style strap.

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