May 5, 2010 BY John Kim
Two weeks ago Sneaker News showed you the latest collaboration out of the Nike SB lab; the SB Dunk Mid and SB Blazer you see are two special colorways from the Dirty Money documentary that premiered at NSW @ the Montalban. The Dunk Mid is made up of suede and a canvas/denim upper, with the colorway inspired by Alexandre Vianna, one of the film directors and editors of Cemporcento Skate. The Blazer was designed with constructed of grey canvas with a black and orange trim and is a tribute to Fabio Cristiano, one of the skaters profiled in the Dirty Money film. The shoelaces on both pairs are striped – a common pattern seen throughout the movie – with a lace dubrae features a dollar sign and a VHS tape. Both the Dunk Mid and Blazer are Brazil exclusives and will release on May 11th in conjunction with the Brazilian release of the movie. It’s going to be tough to get either pair if you’re not in the area, so enjoy the detailed images after the jump and let us know where the Dirty Money x Nike SB ranks among all Nike SB collaborations. via SneakersBR.
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