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Brooklyn Projects x Nike SB Dunk High “Paparazzi” | Nikestore Release Info

Yes, you have a chance to purchase the Brooklyn Projects x Nike SB Dunk High “Paparazzi” when they release at additional retailers and Nike.com this Saturday, and no, they aren’t exactly the same shoe that released last Saturday in-store at L.A.’s Brooklyn Projects. The upcoming design loses … READ MORE

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Brooklyn Projects x Nike SB Dunk High ‘Paparazzi’

Brooklyn Projects is an institution when it comes to skateboarding shops in Los Angeles, not only a melting pot for skateboarders but with other notable LA celebrities as well. Following up to the Nike SB Dunk ‘Walk of Fame’ sneakers that dropped last year, the team is … READ MORE


Brooklyn Projects x Nike SB Dunk Low QS – “Walk of Fame” | Release Reminder

Originally available earlier this summer through skateshop Brooklyn Projects‘ Los Angeles location, the prized Nike SB Dunk Low “Walk of Fame” Quickstrike is finally available tomorrow at select Nike Skateboarding retailers. Adorned with the iconic Nike Safari design pattern, the limited edition honors the Hollywood monument (and … READ MORE


Brooklyn Projects x Nike SB Dunk – “Walk of Fame” Promo Video

If you’re lucky enough to live in the LA area, the Brooklyn Projects over at Melrose has something special for you. In collaboration with Nike Skateboarding, the Brooklyn Projects skateboard brand has created the “Wall of Fame” Dunk, a Hollywood-inspired sneaker that captures the grit and glamour … READ MORE


Brooklyn Projects x Nike SB Dunk Low “Walk of Fame”

Following a preview back in November, Nike SB and Brooklyn Projects are finally set to release their Nike SB Dunk Low “Walk of Fame.” The co-branded kicks feature an appealing design inspired by the Hollywood landmark, carrying a textured charcoal base inspired by the distinctive Tinseltown sidewalk, … READ MORE


Brooklyn Projects x Nike SB Dunk Low “Walk Of Fame”

Brooklyn Projects‘ latest collaboration with Nike SB is inspired by the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the tinseltown tourist attraction that pays tribute to thousands of luminaries from the entertainment world, ranging from film to television to the recording arts. The Dunk Low features the same coral hue … READ MORE


Nike SB Dunk High “3M” | Release Info

Dubbed “The Raging Bull,” this seriously limited-edition Nike SB Dunk High “3M” is expected to live up to its Quickstrike moniker. Dressed in black with a reflective 3M base, this Dunk High packs a dual personality: by day, it is an unassuming pair of high-top sneakers rocking … READ MORE


Nike SB Dunk Low Inspired by Air Jordan XI “Concord” | Preview

The introduction of better camera optics on cellphone meant only one thing – the eventual disappearance of element of surprise. Only a day after Los Angeles’ Brooklyn Projects teased everyone on the upcoming Nike SB Dunk Low, said to be inspired by the Air Jordan XI “Concord“, … READ MORE


Brooklyn Projects x Nike SB Dunk Low – Inspired by Air Jordan XI “Concord” | Teaser

Another Air Jordan classic will be on its way to the Nike SB line-up. Following last summer’s hugely popular Space Jam-inspired Nike SB Dunk Low, Brooklyn Projects of Los Angeles teased its upcoming release with Nike Skateboarding. Featuring the Nike SB Dunk Low in an awfully familiar … READ MORE


Brooklyn Projects x Nike SB Dunk High Premium Reign In Blood | Available Now

Slayer Rules! The raising following of Thrash Metal during the 1980s formed an unlikely bond between the band Slayer, musical maven Rick Rubin, and the then upstart label Def Jam Records. While it remained till these days as the only “metal gig” to sign on with Def … READ MORE


Freshness Week In Review: 5/02/2011 5/08/2011

There’s obviously one story that defines this week, but for a round up of the happenings the in worlds of streetwear, sneakers, gear, art, and culture, read on. First up was another welcome charity effort, this time by marquis European retailer Oki-ni, who stepped up with a … READ MORE