Nike SB Dunk Force 1 High “HUF”
Two dominating forces during the first half of the 2000′s were undoubtedly the Nike Air Force 1 and the Nike SB Dunk. Two classic models revitalized by wild colorways, dreamy collaborations, and the ever-so-coveted “exclusive” factor promoted the “collector” lifestyle, with some of the most coveted of that area commanding insane amounts of cash today. One cross-over that never happened for public use was an Air Force 1 and Dunk hybrid, but apparently the Nike SB Dunk Force that fell into the hands of the VIPs of VIPs was created quite a long while ago. This first look at the HUF x Nike SB Dunk High swapped with an Air Force 1 midsole was created back in 2004, so it’s quite exciting to see what other possible mock-ups are floating around campus or in the collections of people with close pals over at the Nike WHQ. A gallery of this rare, perhaps 1-of-1 sample is available for viewing below so take a look and check out the listing from thecoolshoeshine on eBay.
They should make a nike air force 1 version,not put a damn air force 1 sole on a dunk,nike what the fuck
@RooseveltMack wrong. AF1s are such an ugly silhouette!
@James Lowery I hate when they do this to AF1's . . . . .
@420King @RooseveltMack Dunks and AF1s were both created for the same thing, basketball. Girls wear AF1s too and they look just as ugly on feet. Rather than it be a style issue I think it's simply a size issue, tall guys suit big ass hoop shoes like Forces, Jordans and Foamposites, any one under 6ft in some chunky kicks just doesn't look right.