First Look: Nike Dunk Low SP x Cactus Plant Flea Market
The duo that created some of the most polarizing sneakers in recent times.
Cactus Plant Flea Market and Nike’s collaborative portfolio can be described as an acquired taste, to put it politely. It’s odd, peculiar, and strange, but most of all, polarizing. Case in point: the Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike Dunk Low “Grinch”, arguably last year’s most bizarre release. And it would’ve taken the top spot before that too.
Since then, wherever CPFM is mentioned, curiosity follows. Images of some sample pairs have surfaced with only 5 to 10 pairs believed to exist. It adopts a monochromatic makeup featuring the same textured sole unit seen on the collaborative Dunk Lows prior. Decorative, pyramidic stitching adorn the profiles and toebox, presiding over the suede construct of the upper.
Not much is known about the shoes. Whether they’ll see the light of day, only the powers that be knows. Till they share any word, these sample pairs will remain an enigma, much like its maker.
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