TODAY: Nike SB Dunk High Pro ‘FPAR’
Tetsu Nishiyama’s Forty Percent Against Rights (FPAR) was born from the concept that art is for the public good, and rights to the original artwork are lost once 40% is modified. While they’ve been around for almost 30 years, FPAR and Nike SB created a semi pseudo hybrid with the Dunk High Pro.
Back in the 90s, Tetsu used to skate while wearing the Air Jordan V and VI. With this in mind, FPAR takes on the SB Dunk High and combines elements of the AJ silhouettes (don’t worry, this is nowhere near the AJ-Forces that dropped over a decade ago). The translucent Swoosh features the messages “Don’t Follow Me” and “I’m Lost Too”, while “Trust No One” can be seen on the back of the tongue. The Dunk High also features the special tongue of the Air Jordan VI, while keeping the Dunk High’s no-nonsense profile.
The Nike SB Dunk High Pro ‘FPAR’ drops today via nike.com and retails for Php 6,295.