Both look great but I think the unreleased version should have been released, I like them a lil more
February 25, 2013 BY John Kim / 4
More than ten years have passed since the Nike SB Dunk made its official start, and although the magic has died down considerably and the last golden era was way back in the pink-box stage, we’re still hit with some random surprises that should definitely rekindle the fire in some of the most devoted SB collectors. The recently released Nike Dunk booklet with a huge pile of shoes featured a strange version of the Nike SB Dunk Low “Hunter” on the cover in which the brown hemp and real tree camouflage print had been “reversed; it turns out this was a scrapped sample of that popular 2004 release (simply put, a straight up “reverse” of the original), and as the owner points out, the ‘V 2′ designation on the inner tag may note that this version was made after the eventual final draft was made. Definitely a nice piece of history of SB Dunk fans out there, so check out this rare gallery below and let us know if you’ve got the Hunters (designed by Nike SB rider Reese Forbes) in your stash!
Nike SB Dunk Low “BHM” Inspired By Theotis Beasley by John Kim 0 Comments