Nike SB: The Dunk Book
The first book on Nike’s iconic DUNK SB, a mid-rise basketball court staple that has in the last two decades turn out to be a colorful (and frequently irreverent) icon of skate and street wear.
Created in 2002, the Nike Dunk used to be adopted from the court by skateboarders and sneakerheads to turn out to be an icon of the streets. An early catalyst to evolving sneaker culture as we are aware of it today, the Nike Dunk has enjoyed a storied legacy of reinvention through a lot of iterations and creative collaborations proving to be an integral a part of a culture
obsessed with sneakers. To celebrate this legacy, Nike SB: The Dunk Book is the first book to present the historical archive of one of the important shoes ever created. Worn by an ever-growing list of elite riders at competitions all over the place the world, Nike Dunks are prized as much for their funky, one-of-a-kind designs in addition to their high performance.
Nike SB: The Dunk Book is full of stunning images that tell the visual story of Nike SB’s most iconic styles. Including Danny Supas, Staple Pigeon Dunks, De La Soul Highs, Paris Dunks, U.N.K.L.Es, and Supreme Dunk SBs, this volume flaunts the signature color-ways and craftsmanship that Nike SBs are known for.
Through enlightening anecdotes by the likes of Futura and Paul Rodriguez, readers get intimate accounts of how their favorite sneakers came to be. Also featured are archival images of Nike SB’s most recognizable skaters rocking the iconic sneakers, including Eric Koston, Richard Mulder, Grant Taylor, Omar Salazar, Reese Forbes, Brian Anderson, Theotis Beasley, and Daniel Shimizu.
1100, hundredths-inches, 840, hundredths-inches, 125, Hundredths Pounds, 120, hundredths-inches
English, Published, English, Original Language, English, Unknown
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