Entourage x Nike SB Dunk Low Premium – Lights Out | Preview

By - June 15th, 2011

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Saying goodbye is never easy. Perhaps the reason behind this Nike SB Dunk Low is to dull the pain as Vincent Chase (played by actor Adrian Grenier) and childhood buddies return to Queens, NYC for good. July 24th will mark the beginning of the end when the HBO hit tv-series Entourage premiere its first episode of its eighth and final season. As scenes cut away to all the characters we have familiarized ourselves with – Vincent Chase, Eric, Drama, Turtle, and the irrepressible Ari Gold, look for the appearance of these – Nike SB Dunk Low Premium. Aptly named “Lights Out”, the all-black Dunk, accented with elephant print overlays and specially designed tongue tab, all to marked the end of an eight-year run. The idea to put a Nike SB in the storyline was conceived by the show creator, Doug Ellin, with help from HOT ROD, a boutique he frequents along Westwood Blvd. in Los Angeles. No words on the whether it will be available to the general public as a Quick Strike release. via: SC

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3 comments
Steven D.
Steven D.

UT= it. damn autocorrect..smh

Steven D.
Steven D.

I couldn't have put UT better myself,Stan. It's bittersweet indeed! Will be STRAIGHT bitter if it doesn't get released for general consumption

Stan Park
Stan Park

Wooooo, super clean. As a HUGE fan of Entourage, it's definitely bittersweet to know that the show is coming to an end, but at the same time, it also makes you realize just how fast time has flown by. As with all good things, it all has to end at some point. These Dunks sure aren't a bad consolation for any sneakerheads who love the show though, that's for sure.