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It looks like Cactus Plant Flea Market and Nike are up to something, with leaked images of an upcoming collaboration suggesting the next co-branded drop could be soon. The sneaker in question looks to be a chunky reworking of the Nike Dunk, though there are elements of the Blazer found within the design as well.

A quilted suede upper and an oversized Swoosh and exaggerated branding are only a few key features of this sneaker. CPFM has opted for earthy tones, which are reflected in the extra laces and the furry dust bag that features prominent yin and yang detailing.

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There’s no word yet on when this project will be released, as these are the first leaked images that have made their way onto social media. Take a look at them above and stay tuned for updates.

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