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    Nike SB x FPAR Dunk High Pro Premium

    Nike SB x FPAR Dunk High Pro Premium Shoes | Flatspot

    Following on from hi-scale collaborations with the likes of Carhartt and Stussy, Japanese streetwear label Forty Percent Against Rights have joined forces with Nike SB to create a custom pair of Dunk High Pro Premium Shoes that present FPAR’s signature typography focused styles against a classic hi-top silhouette.

    Drawing inspiration from the Air Jordan 5 and 6, the uppers are made from smooth black and dark grey coloured full-grain leather which emphasises different segments and Swoosh tick overlays sit on either side of the foot. Across the toe vamp perforation encourages ventilation whilst colour matched flat cotton laces sit above and loop around the leather border. Underneath an embroidered shroud panel bears Nike SB Swoosh branding in colour matched thread. The top laces are secured by a toggle which is customised by hybrid Nike Swoosh branding and ‘FPAR’ lettering in white whilst the accentuated tongue features debossed ‘Nike SB’ lettering above two cut out windows which adds a unique touch to the style. On either side of the foot elongated Swoosh ticks have been layered on top of the uppers with the lower half cut from a laser cut synthetic material and the tail from leather with embossed lettering reading ‘Don’t Follow Me’ on one side, and ‘I’m Lost Too...’ on the other. Furthering this, around the interior of the lightly padded tongue additional ‘Trust No One.’ text has been printed in white. On the back of the heel the hybrid logo design can be seen again with a 3D style effect and there is a woven loop above showing bold ‘FPAR’ lettering in black. For durability the shoe has cupsole construction whilst underfoot a matte black rubber outsole complements the rest of the design and has a multidirectional tread pattern for reliable skate-focused grip.

    As the first collaboration between Nike SB and Japanese streetwear brand Forty Percent Against Rights, these custom dunks represent further experiments within the realms of fashion and streetwear alongside pro models designed by key figures within the industry. Founded by Tetsu Nishiyama aka TET in 1993, Forty Percent Against Rights is influenced by the concept that if the original artwork is modified by at least 40% the rights no longer exist. Recognised for his impact on fashion and design that focuses on youth and statement messages, since the early 1990s Tetsu Nishiyama has founded several influential labels and is known as part of a creative collective that is responsible for igniting the Harajuku fashion scene.  

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    Please read carefully for purchase details:

    Due to the limited numbers of the Nike SB x FPAR Dunk High Pro Premium Shoes we are making the shoe available via our site here on a Raffle to purchase basis.

    The draw is open now and closes Saturday 2nd November at 08:00M (GMT).

    Limited to one pair per person. Available to UK, EU, USA, Japan & Australia residents only.

    Winners will be chosen at 08:00AM (GMT) on Saturday 2nd November at the official product release and we will aim to confirm both successful and unsuccessful entries within three hours.

    For each release we will invite those interested to enter a draw to purchase prior to the products actual designated time of release. Card payment will be required to register for each draw and your payment will be authorised but the funds not taken by us unless your name is successfully drawn at the designated time and date of the actual release.

    If you are unsuccessful in the draw the pre-authorisation will be voided and your funds released, it may take up to five working days before you see your funds available in your account again.

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