Black Sheep x Nike SB Dunk High “Paid in Full”

June 3rd, 2014 by | 12 comments


black sheep nike sb dunk high paid in full Black Sheep x Nike SB Dunk High “Paid in Full”

The Black Sheep x Nike SB Dunk High “Gucci” that’s been sneaking onto the newswire via some previews over the past couple of months looks to more specifically be a reference to Rakim and Eric B’s masterpiece Paid in Full. The Gucci-style SB logos are actually a reference to the Dapper Dan jackets that the two wore on the cover of that classic album, with the green and gold accents further linking things up with the cover in question. That old-school flavor will be extra present in the deluxe edition launching at Black Sheep on 6/14, which features dookie rope lace dubraes and the boombox packaging. See the promo video for these Black Sheep Dunks below and remember that a wider release is scheduled for 6/21

0 Black Sheep x Nike SB Dunk High “Paid in Full”

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12 comments
Barry Ryan
Barry Ryan

These dropped in europe last week...

Sneeky
Sneeky

OK. Us BLACKS will cop all of these. Guccis LVs are our brand!

Michael Kaufeler
Michael Kaufeler

Not based off Gucci... based of paid in full album cover

HowFIy
HowFIy

These would have been so much better without the sb logos. Should of done something different. I was only gonna cop cause of the sweet box and stuff but I'm nowhere near NC so I guess this is a pass.

kshaun12
kshaun12

ok will the deluxe version will only be available in store tho...thats no good 

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