December 19th, 2013 by Brendan Dunne
The saga of the “Diamond” Nike SB Dunk High continues. Further suggesting that an actual retail release is on the way is the fact that there’s a sample floating around there that’s definitely legit. The Nike SB Dunk High from Diamond Supply Co. of course features the Diamond Supply Co. logo on its tongue tag, one that we’d be surprised if they could get away with using if this wasn’t technically a collab release. Continue reading for the best images yet on the “Diamond” SB Dunk High and then check out the chance to buy them from lilshk54321 on eBay.
Nike SB Dunk High “Diamond”
Style Code: 653599-400
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December 16th, 2013 by Brendan Dunne
It looks like the Nike SB Dunk High “Diamond” just might be happening in 2014. There’s a lot of conjecture and rumor being thrown about regarding the sort-of retro release, but we’d be remiss if it we didn’t at least show you the photos that are out there. As you can see, the shoe is a pretty logical extension of the original Nike SB Dunk Low-Diamond logo on the tongue tag and all. Continue reading to see more on the “Diamond” Dunk High, which may be the mysterious Nike SB x Diamond Supply Co. project alluded to back in August, and stay tuned to Sneaker News to find out if and when they’ll be releasing.
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December 12th, 2013 by John Kim
We can’t recall the number of instances we’ve reverently looked back at the history of the Nike SB Dunk and the unorthodox path of travel it took to the status of legends. The shoes acted more like wearable pieces of art that the Nike team riders, skateshops, and artists got to go all out on, utilizing colors and materials that no other shoe at the time even thought of employing. The first two seasons of Dunk drops definitely hold that hero status for being the first of the wave, but it was the silver and pink-box era that really stepped it up in terms of creativity. Shoes like Diamond Supply Co.’s Dunk Lows, the UNKLE high-tops, the Jedis, and the like represent that sick time of SB dominance, but they were treasured more for their probable “one and done” release which made them true collectors items. Recent developments have a high-top version of the aforementioned Diamond Supply Co. Dunk pegged as a future release, and the response has been rather mixed for a number of reasons.
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