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The De La Soul x Nike Dunk SBs



A limited number of the De La Soul x Nike Dunk SB models will be available from London's Nike SB Carnaby Street Store, along with a limited number of 12" vinyls of the act's debut album 3 Feet High and Rising, on Friday 6 March from 10am. Get down to 33-34 Carnaby Street, London, W1F 7DW early to bag yourself a set.

We'd say that trainers don't get much cooler than this.

Nike has officially announced the reissue of the De La Soul x Nike Dunk SB, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the classic collaboration. They feature artwork from the legendary 1989 De La Soul album 3 Feet High and Rising; a record which has undoubtedly soundtracked many a skating session.

There are two versions available - the Hi and Lo, with the Hi featuring a bright white theme interspersed with the De La Soul artwork, and the Lo going for shades of mint green, tan and brown for the base colours.

Take a look at the official images below and watch a short video of Bobby Worrest skating through New York City with - of course - De La Soul providing the beats via the classic Me, Myself and I.

They're released 6 March for the UK, with price TBC. In the meantime, fire up that album and get yourself in the mood.


De La Soul Nike Dunk SB
De La Soul Nike Dunk SB
De La Soul Nike Dunk SB
De La Soul Nike Dunk SB
De La Soul Nike Dunk SB
De La Soul Nike Dunk SB
De La Soul Nike Dunk SB
De La Soul Nike Dunk SB



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