The Nike Dunk Low SB ‘Sandy Bodecker’ features a unique design inspired by the one-of-one Charity Dunk from 2003. The low-top utilized a patent leather upper dressed in the signature colors of eBay, the popular site where the shoe was sold in a charity auction benefiting Portland area skateparks. Left a mystery for years, the mystery winner was eventually revealed to be Sandy Bodecker, the ‘patriarch of Nike Skateboarding.’ Nike ensured that the shoe was limited to a quantity of one by destroying the sample pair, something that’s recreated here through the use of translucent chopped-up windows. Inside the shoe, custom photograph insoles courtesy of designer James Arizumi display images honoring Sandy Bodecker’s enduring legacy.
Color: Blue Hero/Pale Ivory/Black
SKU: FD8777 100
Men’s Nike shoes tend to have an equal width between the forefoot and heel. Women’s Nike shoes most often have a narrower heel than forefoot. Some women with a wider foot will often select men’s shoes for comfort, because women’s shoes are often more narrow than men’s shoes. According to Nike, other fit differences between men and women’s shoes include arch length and height.