words // Zac Dubasik
If you were told to guess what a DJ Clark Kent 112 Dunk SB might look like, your thought process would probably go something like this...
"It will definitely have cement, neon, and 3M. And the block will probably be different than the Supreme Dunks."
OK, so the look of this shoe isn't exactly shocking. But predictibility doesn't necessarily mean that it isn't a shoe that fans will want. How do you like DJCK's latest collaboration with P-Rod's Primitive skate shop? How's it compare to earlier 112 shoes?
Also, for a brand that's constantly stressing it's focus on authentic skate, how does a collaboration like this fall into that philosophy?
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