Brand: Forty Percent Against Rights x Nike SB

Model: Dunk High

Key Features: The Dunk replaces the original tongue with that of the Air Jordan 6 while the mesh from the Air Jordan 5 covers half of the Swoosh. Collaborative branding can be found on the heel of the sneaker.

Release Date: October 23 (initial release), October 29 (wider release)

Price: $125

Buy: Nike and select retailers such as The Berrics Canteen

Editor’s Notes: Forty Percent Against Rights and Nike SB have teamed up for a very special Dunk High collaboration that borrows from other iconic Nike models, namely the Nike Air Jordan 6 and the Nike Air Jordan 5. The traditional SB tongue is swapped out for that of the AJ6, while the webbed mesh found on the AJ5 is used to cover half of the Swoosh. The sneakers was first released at Area 813 in Isetan Shinjuku on October 23 highly limited numbers. A wider release has been confirmed by Nike for October 29.

Forty Percent Against Rights (FPAR) is the brainchild of Tetsu Nishiyama, who also founded popular label WTAPS. This collaboration comes in the midst of a renaissance period for the Nike SB Dunk, which has seen a surge in popularity over the past 18 months.

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