Nike SB Dunk Low Premium 'Gibson' | Size 9.5
NIKE, NIKE SB DUNK LOW, SIZE 9.5
Rubber, Leather, Cotton, Faux Fur
The sneakers are in deadstock condition with their original box.
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This Nike SB design takes inspiration from the famous American instrument manufacturer Gibson - well known for their guitars. However, this Dunk is not modeled not after the Gibson guitar, but more interestingly, the guitar case.
The upper is brown leather and vivid pink faux fur lines the inside of the shoe, similar to the interior protective lining of a guitar case. Completing the design are special insoles featuring the graphics of dollar bills and change - a nod to buskers, who play and collect payment in their guitar cases
The Nike SB Dunk made its formal debut in 2002, when Nike officially reworked the famed Dunk basketball sneaker originally designed in the 1980s with upgrades suited for the skateboarding community. The man behind it, former Nike executive Sandy Bodecker, is credited with building one of Nike’s most beloved subdivisions in the early 2000s with the Nike SB line.