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Years ago, most shoe releases were word-of-mouth. It was hard to stay up-to-date on what was dropping when as you had to know someone, or who knew someone, or be tuned in to message boards. Way back in 2003, a cuYears ago, most shoe releases were word-of-mouth. It was hard to stay up-to-date on what was dropping when as you had to know someone, or who knew someone, or be tuned in to message boards. Way back in 2003, a cult-favorite skater collab was released known as the “Takashi” Dunks. This shoe features a stately black/gold color combo, and were created in collaboration with pro skater Takashi Hosokawa.

Now 15 years later, Nike retroed the SB Dunk Low and is now available at shoe retailers like Premier, and the appearance of official images indicates that they’ll be arriving on Nike.com soon as well.lt-favorite skater collab was released known as the “Takashi” Dunks. This shoe features a stately black/gold color combo, and were created in collaboration with pro skater Takashi Hosokawa. Now 15 years later, Nike retroed the SB Dunk Low (sort of - the outsole is a bit different, heel tab color, swoosh color, not that fat tongue) and is now available at shoe retailers like Premier, and the appearance of official images indicates that they’ll be arriving on Nike.com soon as well. $90.

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