KCDC’s founding was a blessing for the New York skate scene. Amy Ellington, the owner inaugurated the store two decades ago in 2001, and the Brooklyn hub has quickly become a mainstay of the community at a young 20-years-old. And to celebrate 20 years of the store, the Swoosh is joining in on the fun, gifting Ellington her very own Nike SB Dunk High.
The collaboration is charming both in and out. The colour pallete is surely flamboyant but it fades next to the hidden artwork. Tucked away along the insoles, these hastily drawn doodles feature lazy devil, stars/smileys, an anchor, and quickly penned co-branding. The exterior craftmanship is rather straightforward. Suedes of varying thickness dress up two variations of the above mentioned color, while the laces, midsole, lining, and thick Swoosh arrive in a dark black shade. Towards the heel, above the check, the pulls extend to fit the KCDC logo.
Grab a look below. The release is scheduled for the end of 2021.
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