So now it's really happened: skateboarding went down at the Olympic Games and thus became a lame sport like any other. The trouble is: nobody really watched the skateboarding Olympics because the heats were broadcasted at ungodly times when folks were either sleeping or getting hammered. Had one watched the Olympics, however, one would certainly have noticed the brightly colored Nike SB jerseys worn by the, uh, athletes. The jerseys were designed by Dutch artist Parra, who should be a household name to everyone by now. Parra, who already collaborated with Nike when sneakers were still a fetish object for pimply weirdos, recently designed a dunk that looks suspiciously similar to the color scheme of the Olympic jerseys. Maybe that has something to do with the fact that Parra's style always looks a bit like an abstract carpet from the 90s, though. In any case, the Nike SB Parra Dunk Low "Abstract Art" is one of the better Dunk releases, which may well be due to its clean appearance. The signature Parra pattern contrasts nicely with the upper's white leather panels, while a white mini Swoosh on the mudguard adds brand recognition.
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