FTC x Nike SB Dunk Low “Finally”

April 12, 2013 BY / 4

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In commemoration of the twentieth anniversary of the legendary “Finally” video, San Francisco’s FTC worked with Nike SB to created this special edition Nike SB Dunk Low designed by the FTC crew. The shoes feature special imagery taken from the iconic cover art of the video tape which was originally done by Del The Funky Homosapien of Hieroglyphics, and along with the Dunks, a limited t-shirt, skate deck, and DVD format of Finally has been produced. A special event to celebrate the milestone and Nike SB collaboration went down in Minna Nightclub San Francisco last night, where the shoes and accompanying items were showcased, and although a release date hasn’t been confirmed yet, we know this clean blue/red collaborative product will be a must-have for this already impressive year of Nike SB collabs. Check out the photos below and stay tuned for more info.

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UncleHullka
UncleHullka

Ill prolly cop but the spot and BP releases as well as the Concords and mcrads...starting to get a little much

MC_Count_Chill
MC_Count_Chill

I was liking these more in the teaser photo. I think I might pass.

crumpit
crumpit

I'm liking the look of these..

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