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Nike SB Dunk High Pro "Ferris Bueller"

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Product Info

Ferris Bueller's Day Off was one of Matthew Broderick's first films that first debuted more than two decades ago in 1986. Since it has be come a cross generational classic routinely in the top lists of DVD sales of 1980's films. The movie later became a TV series that starred Jennifer Anniston pre-Friends and was the inspiration for the ska band's name "Save Ferris." Nike SB has drawn inspiration in the past from icons of the eighties in the past with shoes taking cues from Pee Wee Herman, Vanilla Ice, and Milli Vanilli to name a few. Much attention to detail was used when designing the Ferris Bueller Dunk Highs with a leopard print tongue and laces to match his vest, grey toe cap to hook to his pants, and the cream and brown that are on the jacket Ferris wears.

- Style #: 305050-201
- Colorway: Boulder/Black
- Year of Release: 2008

Designer

It was 2002 when Nike introduced its SB line geared toward and designed entirely for skaters. The line consists of former Nike Basketball silhouettes, reconstructed with added cushioning and appropriated for skating. But the SBís true strength is in design and daring color combos. Collaborations with popular skate shops and well-known artists delivered extremely rare sneakers inspired by everything from Tiffany jewelry boxes to Jedis, and much more.