First Look: Cincinnati Reds Grand Slam Nike Dunks


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It was an absolute honor to design this Grand Slam Nike dunk for one of the worlds greatest Baseball Clubs, which was commissioned for the COO Phil Castellini!  With a extreme amount of history behind the worlds first MLB team, we chose to design this Nike dunk using Baseball leather, glove leather, and black dress leather which dates back to the original black dress boot style baseball shoe, worn by the earlier players in the 1900’s.  This shoe features the history of the Reds logo laser etched into the front and heel of the shoe, while brown pebbled leather is used for the lining and represents the baseball glove. Both the toe and mud guard and heel feature the signature baseball stitch, while the side panels and checks recieved glove stitch details and cross stitches. The craftmanship and details put into this Reds Club design, make this design ultra premium and unique, basically you are looking at a worlds first. What other team would be more worthy of a design like this, other than “Big Red Machine”, the first team in baseball, who dominated for 10 straight years in the 70’s. PMK does it again, being the first to step outside of the normal reconstructed styles and are the first custom sneaker company to collaborate with a MLB team to design limited edition sneakers that will only be available at the Reds Team Shop! Even though second place is respected , PMK and The Big Red Machine are running home, to clench first place!

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Posted on August 6, 2012, in Kicks and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. That red stitch is pimp.

  2. Dem joints crisp homie

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