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Kevin Bradley’s Nike SB Dunk High Get Red After Wear

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There are some sneaker’s that people say look better once they are worn out. Jordan Brand fanatics religiously beat up their Air Jordan 1s, saying that they look nicer while dirtied and creased up. Nike is taking that idea and using it in conjunction with pro skater Kevin Bradley on the SB Dunk High, as well as the Air Force II. Much like the Air Jordan 1 Lance Mountain, the toebox of the all-white uppers of the Dunk turn to red with wear while the Forces fade to blue – matching each outsole. Each offering comes equipped with custom insoles that pay homage to Bradley’s California-based roots, as well as his affinity for dogs.

Both selections are scheduled to arrive at select Nike retailers tomorrow, February 8th. Grab a detailed look at the SB Dunk below and tell us if you think Nike executed this look well.


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