Classics Revisited: Nike SB Dunk Low “Cali” (2004)

November 30, 2012 BY

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NIKE SB DUNK LOW 2004 WEEK

Closing out this stretch of 2004 SB Dunk Lows is the limited July ’04 release known as ‘Cali’. It was designed after the state flag of California, with the White/Brown/Green/Red colorway and the signature red star below the uppermost lace eyelets of the shoes. Paul Rodriguez, a California native, loved the shoes so much that the he recycled the colorway for a P-Rod 2.5 release in early 2011. The Cali SB Dunks were rumored to be limited to 444 units, but that figure has been disputed without confirmation. In addition to the Cali and the four other SB Dunks we’ve reviewed this week, there were plenty of other releases that deserve note, like the Medicom Toy collaboration, the two Carharrt models, the three Hemps, and many more! Check out tonight’s Classics Revisited and stay tuned for an all-new topic next week.

Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Cali’
Pecan/White
304292-211
07/2004


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