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Color: Sable Green/Safety Orange
Style: 305050-281
Release Date: August 2006

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If you haven’t already guessed, these kicks were designed for Brian Anderson of the Nike SB Team as part of the second Custom Series.  They take on a hunting inspired theme with their urban grey camouflage denim and nubuck uppers.  The safety orange swoosh tops it off nicely, as does the gum bottom.  On the insole is a picture of a man standing in front of a target and holding a gun.  On his belt are the initials S.F., standing for San Francisco where Brian Anderson lived at the time. Photos: Sneak

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