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The Cool Channel Zero Custom Nike Dunks

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No one wants to look the same. There's always that sinking feeling of disappointment coupled with annoyance when you spot some plonker wearing that treasured item of clothing you thought no one else had.   

A company that specialises in being a little different is Revive; they've just brought back their unique custom Nike shoes Channel Zero, last seen in 2006.

If you want something that looks good (or rather, like the trainer-embodiment of an analogue TV scanning the airwaves) and that no one else will have then get yourself a pair of these.

They're are so special, they're only available by e-mail request. Send yours to revivecustoms@hotmail.com.




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