Around the start of January, I thought to myself “how am I going to get a job in the footwear industry. How can I use my time more effectively to help with this goal?” Well, for starters, I’ve decided to use my website and write posts about shoes, just like this!
But since I want to actually learn how to create things with my hands, I figured I would take apart a silhouette that I wanted to recreate with my chosen materials. Plus, seeing how much shoes go for, my best bet of acquiring them, is to make my own version of them.
This dunk is the “Piet Mondrian” (304292 702) which came out in 2008. The reason why I chose this dunk is because it was the cheapest dunk I could find, second hand, from the day’s where Nike SB used to use the original inner heel support as well as the padding on the tongue and back heel lining.
Essentially, when dunks were MUCH more comfortable.