A new collaboration between the Japanese streetwear brand Forty Percents Against Rights (FPAR) and Nike SB will borrow design elements from two of the more popular Air Jordan retros to create a brand new version of the Dunk High.
A first look at the avant-garde design was shared by Japanese stylist Akio Hasegawa showcasing that this SB Dunk High has been reimagined with the tongue of the Air Jordan 6 including a special "FPAR" lace lock attached while the Swoosh branding on the sides is reminiscent of the Air Jordan 5's signature netting. As far as colorway goes, this pair keeps fairly simple with a stealthy black hue covering the majority of the shoe. Also included is a custom translucent shoebox with co-branding printed on the top.
This Forty Percents Against Rights x Nike SB Dunk High is currently scheduled to drop on Oct. 25. Stick with Sole Collector for updates.
UPDATE (10/18): Thanks to the Cincinnati-based sneaker boutique UNheardof, here's a detailed look at the FPAR x Nike SB Dunk High collab dropping on Oct. 25 for a retail price of $125.
UPDATE (10/24): New information regarding the FPAR x Nike SB Dunk High has been revealed. According to Nike, FPAR founder Tetsu "Tet" Nishiyama's interpretation of SB Dunk High is inspired by his love of skateboarding that began in the mid-1990s where he fuses the Dunk with classic '90s-era Air Jordan silhouettes. This pair is now scheduled to releasing on Oct. 29 for $125 via the SNKRS app.