More news from Tokyo: In Nike SB‘s latest video, its Japan team—comprised of Ryuhei Kitazume, Keyaki Ike, and Ryo Motohashi—skate through Tokyo’s neon streets in the SB Dunk High by FPAR (AKA Forty Percent Against Rights, which is the idea that any artwork changed by at least forty percent no longer retains its rights). On the Nike SB blog, there’s a very interesting Q&A with each of these dudes (notably partly because of their “most influential video” choices)—you can learn more about the collab here.
The FPAR Dunk High brings together a classic Dunk silhouette with FPAR’s legendary eye for design aesthetic. The shoe debuts at the Tokyo boutique, 813, alongside new gear from TET’s other brands. 300 pairs of the FPAR Dunk will be available at the 813 launch; enter the Canteen raffle now here (ends on 10/25).
Be sure to visit The Canteen to shop or selection of Nike SB, and check out some of our past projects with the brand’s team below: