Queuing on Jersey Street for the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk 2012

Posted on: July 19th, 2012 at 6:42 am by
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Remember those halcyon days of waiting for hours at Tower Records just to score tickets to that prized Rage Against the Machine or Metallica concert? Yeah, those days are long gone now, with blocks-winding queues typically reserved for Apple product releases, the occasional secret show, or even for new limited edition collaborative kicks. Regarding the latter, that is precisely the explanation for the crew camping on Jersey Street these last few days.

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To commemorate the ten-year anniversary of the original Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low, the urban lifestyle brand is updating the skater shoe for 2012. It’s a slight inversion of the red/black elephant print color pattern. One teen dribbling a basketball on Mulberry Street informed us he’d been there since Sunday! Not even yesterday’s downpours kept them away.

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Ah, to be young. Speaking of which…culled from the deep dark dungeon of the Boogie archives:

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