Medicom Toy & Nike SB Are Releasing an Updated Version of Their 2005 "Medicom 2" Dunk

Utilizing the revamped Dunk Low Elite silhouette.

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Having worked together since 2002, MEDICOM TOY and Nike are back to continue their longstanding relationship with a redesign of their 2005 collaborative release, this time using the revamped Nike SB Dunk Low Elite model as its canvas. Its “BE@RBRICK” theme looks very much like the ‘05 version, as it dons black and grey denim coloring throughout while resting atop a white midsole and grey outsole. You’ll also find Nike’s Zoom cushioning within its base for added comfort. As a finishing touch, co-branding is found on the silhouette’s tongue bringing forth the best of both worlds.

Nike’s SB Dunk Low Elite “BE@RBRICK” is expected to launch during 2017’s holiday season.

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