- DJ Clark Kent reveals that Jay Z had a Tupac diss record that never saw the light of day.
The DJ Clark Kent x Nike SB Dunk Low "112" is scheduled to release on November 26th with a $98 price tag. The SB takes on the 112 theme head-on with it's classic silver, neon, and elephant print design. Neon laces, outsole and branding are electrifying sitting alongside the 3M silver upper. The timeless elephant print handles the ankle collar and wraps around the entire heel, while a black swoosh and midsole complete the "112" colorway.
This week in celebrity kicks we had a little bit of everything, rappers, actors, ball players, retired ball players, and pop stars getting smuggled out of whore houses. Yes, that happened.
Bieber was wearing some Bapes when he was spotted trying to get smuggled out of a brothel in Rio, in the funniest picture of the week. We saw Fabolous and Allen Iverson hanging out in the Reebok Q96. Actors Mark Wahlberg and Jason Sudeikis rocking some Jordans, and Spike Lee courtside in the orange "Knicks" foamposite.
DJ Clark Kent's famous '112' colorway has found its way onto the Lebron X. Mache went to work on this pair, making sure every detail of the shoe matched the infamously limited Clark Kent creations.
Starting with a 3m reflective upper, Mache added in elephant print trim around the toe box, and custom insoles that include Brookyln's area code as well as the telephone booth Clark Kent would emerge as Superman from. Neon green of course completes the custom, which looks like it could be an official production.
Checkout our first clear look at the Nike SB Dunk low pro in the 112 or DJ Clark Kent colorway. Earlier DJ Clark Kent Tweeted about 2 retail releases for this year, the Zoom Revis and these SBs supposedly the two pairs.
Featuring the iconic elephant print paneling and neon green accents, these dunks were thought to be a Primitive collaboration, though the chances of carbon copying the 112 colorway are slim at best.