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Nike SB Dunk Mid Pro “Sport Grey”

January 16, 2013 BY / 1

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The sport of skateboarding puts immense focus and value on the materials used in creating a skate shoe. With so much direct contact between the shoe upper and sport apparatus, it’s important to keep the foot safe and protected at all times. With that said, the Dunk has been such a huge hit for its low-pro yet durable build, and this new Mid release doesn’t stray from the formula that’s been working since the Dunk first debuted in the 80’s. This tonal Sport Grey Mid with suede, perforated leather, and rip-stop nylon is set to hit Nike SB purveyors in February, so check out the full shot below.

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Dcypoe
Dcypoe

should've colored the sole grey, black looks so out of place.

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