December 9, 2011 BY John Kim
The Nike SB Dunk Low ‘What The Dunk’ of 2007 was the perfect representation of the Nike SB Dunk craze that took over the first half of the last decade, depicting the most sought-after SB Dunks up until that point. You name it – it’s got it on there. Sneaker customizer Mache recently re-did the What The Dunk theme, choosing his own favorite SB Dunks and re-arranging them for a completely new look, and right off the bad you can tell that this is probably one of the best customs sneakers we’ve ever seen on Sneaker News. Starting with the ‘Pushead’ on the toe-box (above), Mache traveled around the shoe, leaving behind imagery of some of the most classic SB releases, like the ‘DOOM’ logo on the left shoe, the UNKLE artwork on the toe-box, and even the floral-like print from the Linoleum Mids. We’ve got some great detailed shots for you below so take a good look and let us know if you’d cop these if Nike SB released ’em! via paintorthread.