January 10, 2011 BY Aaron Hope
Something magical was in the air in Beaverton, Oregon in 1985, the year Nike debuted the Dunk and Air Jordan 1, two shoes that would go on to shape the sneaker culture for a quarter-century. These two classic b-ball sneakers share the same sole, but with the new Nike SB Dunk Pro, we’re getting an update for the first time since the BTTYS colorways first dropped. A reminder of the tagline “Delivered from the future in a cardboard box,” the Nike SB Dunk Pro 1985-2011 book is literally sandwiched between the new Dunk Pro SB sole on its front and the old sole on its rear cover. The book takes you back in time to see the skaters who helped make this shoe the cornerstone for this current wave of sneakerhead culture, and lacking any information on its release we’re glad to share some more shots from its pages after the jump. Click through and let us know what you think, then check out the newly redesigned Nike SB website.
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