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Classics Revisited: Nike SB Dunk High “Lucky/Unlucky” (2004)

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NIKE SB DUNK HIGH 2004 WEEK

Following up on yesterday’s design by Liam Sean Martin for Nike SB is this duet of Highs – one of the first ‘Packs’ ever explored by Nike. The superstitious concept of ‘Lucky’ and ‘Unlucky’ was front and center, with the lucky number 7 and the ominous 13 stitched on the outer toes of each respective pair. Just 777 pairs of the Gold/Green ‘Lucky’ and 1300 pairs of the ‘Unlucky’ were released at select Nike Skateboarding retailers worldwide and are one of the more hard-to-find SB Dunks ever released. Check out tonight’s Classics Revisited below and let us know which of the two do you have?

Nike SB Dunk High “Lucky”
Wheat/Metallic Gold
305050-771
07/2004
777 Pairs

Nike SB Dunk High “Unlucky”
Black/Black
305050-001
07/2004
1300 Pairs

Photos: disfool99 on eBay