January 8, 2009 BY Sneaker News
Rumors have been swirling that Nike created a ‘Coraline’ Dunk High to coincide with the soon to be released movie based on the popular novel by Neil Gaiman. Coraline was written and directed by Henry Selick and produced by LAIKA the animation studio owned by Nike co-founder and Chairman Philip H. Knight. It appears from a recently leaked picture that the shoe will be a Nike Dunk High taking design inspiration from the movies characters with a signature button on the eyelet. According to the Coraline author, the Nike Dunk will be limited to 1,000 pairs and will only be given to those find clues on how to get them in movie that released on February 6th. You can also win a pair by visiting the Coraline.com website and searching for clues. Good Luck!