In 1999, prior to Bodecker’s time at Nike and the creation of the Nike SB subdivision, the Dunk Low Pro B and Dunk Low CO.JP (the domain name for Nike Japan) models were beginning to emerge on the West Coast and in Japan. These Dunks were the product of regional experimentation, each iteration developed pushing the boundaries of materials, textures, colors and design. Crazy colors paired with crazy fabrics, the Pro B naturally lent to the world of skateboarding, merging creativity and customization into one. 

The Pro B was the first Dunk to incorporate the padded mesh ‘fat’ tongue alongside elastic straps and extra padding. To the skateboarder as well as the sneaker collector, these changes had multiple benefits, whether for fit, aesthetic and performance. Momentum around the two silhouettes and their numerous renditions perfectly coincided with the rise of sneaker forums like NikeTalk.

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