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Nike Hyperdunk UNDFTD SP “Bring Back”

February 7th, 2013 by / 4

While sneaker collaborations have been a “thing” at Nike for several years (although there’s been a considerable decrease over the last couple of years), it’s rare for Nike Basketball to go through with a project like this. Immediately, the only names that come to mind is Stash on the Nike Air Zoom Kobe 1, Dave White on the Jordan Melo M9, and if we’re stretching our bounds a bit, Freegums’ print on the LeBron 9. Cali-based UNDFTD joins that rare group with the Hyperdunk 2012 as part of the ‘Bring Back’ Pack, which bridges the original Dunk with the most advanced version of its kind, using an identical color-palette as the original UNDFTD x Dunk High from the early 2000s. Select Nike Sportswear and Basketball retailers like SNS in Europe will have these in stock on Saturday, February 9th, so check out this detailed gallery below and let us know if these Hyperdunks are in floating in your radar.

Nike Hyperdunk UNDFTD SP


Filed under: Collaboration Hyperdunk Upcoming Sneakers


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I'm actually a big fan of the hyperdunks


These are so clean. It's not about how dope the CW is this time, it's about the lineage.

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