Concepts x Nike SB Lobster Dunk Low

The May 31st release of the Concepts x Nike SB Lobster Dunk Low was met by a large crowd of eager sneakerheads and obvious resellers. In one of the most comprehensive packaging executions in recent memory, a large number of relevant accessories were included which worked out perfectly with the Rob Heppler designed Lobster motif. A look here reveals the special box set gifted to the first 50 buyers. Within a special wooden crate style box also included Concepts own box design and an accessories set which included a lobster shell cracker, a fork, a bib, an extra set of butter yellow laces, keychain, wet naps and shirts. With the set instantly sold out, your only option lies through 3rd party mediums.

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The May 31st release of the Concepts x Nike SB Lobster Dunk Low was met by a large crowd of eager sneakerheads and obvious resellers. In one of the most comprehensive packaging executions in recent memory, a large number of relevant accessories were included which worked out perfectly with the Rob Heppler designed Lobster motif. A look here reveals the special box set gifted to the first 50 buyers. Within a special wooden crate style box also included Concepts own box design and an accessories set which included a lobster shell cracker, a fork, a bib, an extra set of butter yellow laces, keychain, wet naps and shirts. With the set instantly sold out, your only option lies through 3rd party mediums.

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