FC St. Pauli is a German sports club based in the St. Pauli quarter of Hamburg. The football department is part of a larger club and while the footballers have enjoyed only modest success on the field, the club is widely recognized for its unique culture and has a large popular following as one of the country's "Kult" clubs. FC St. Pauli enjoy certain fame for the "out there" character of its supporters: most of the team's fans regard themselves as anti-racist, anti-fascist and anti-sexist, and this has on occasion brought them into conflict with haters at away games. The organization has taken up an outspoken stance against racism, fascism, sexism, and homophobia. The club prides itself on having the largest number of female fans in all of German football. In 2002, advertisements for the men's magazine Maxim were removed from the team's stadium in response to fan protests over the sexist depictions of women in the ads. What better way to honour this awesome club by creating a Nike Dunk in its honour, complete with the club's logo, the Totenkopf (German for skull). Hit up Sneakology for launch details.