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The Concepts x Nike SB Dunk High 'TurDUNKen' is Delicious
Release: 14 November 2020

Deon Point’s Boston boutique Concepts continue to produce some of the tastiest sneakers in the galaxy, and the latest Nike SB Dunk High ‘TurDUNKen’ one of their best efforts to date.

Previously linking up with the Swoosh for legendary designs like the Dunk 'Lobster' and the recent Kyrie 6 ‘Khepri’, Concepts are now remixing undoubtedly the most hyped silhouette in 2020: The Nike SB Dunk.

Taking aesthetic cues from the Mallard duck, the ‘TurDUNKen’ honours the trifecta between food, football and friendship. Conceptually animated by the Nike Dri-FIT chicken foot sock stuffed inside a duck-inspired Dunk, the collaborative sneaker even comes in turkey wrapping paper. Boxed in a wild oven-inspired packaging, the design features all your favourite holiday leftovers (including a family-dinner-themed turkey leg Nerf vortex football).

‘We've definitely never taken ourselves too seriously. We’re well-versed in sport. We come from luxury,’ says Concepts Creative Director, Deon Point. ‘The thing with us that always gets overlooked is our sense of humour. We love to have fun.’

Originally made famous by NFL commentator John Madden, Turducken is made from a de-boned chicken stuffed into a de-boned duck, which is then stuffed into a de-boned turkey.

Has the ‘TurDUNKen’ whet your appetite?

Look for the Concepts x Nike SB Dunk High ‘TurDUNKen’ to arrive on November 14 at Concepts’ flagship stores. From Concepts, the collaboration will cost $249, which includes the sneaker, oven packaging, chicken socks, and nerf. From Nike SNKRS (launching on November 21) the sneakers will cost $120, which only include the sneakers and a traditional shoe box.

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