Limited Edt, Singapore’s premiere sneaker boutique, was founded in 2003 as a passion project by and for sneakerheads. Its latest exhibition is an extension of that core ideology, highlighting all of Nike‘s key Dunk colorways from its debut in the 1980s until the late ’90s, delving into the iconic silhouette’s roots to better contextualize its recent revival as Limited Edt simultaneously explores the future.
A slew of Low and High iterations, including colorways inspired by collegiate colors — including “Be True to Your School styles — are set into the walls inside Limited Edt’s lifestyle store, CHAMBER, alongside matching flags. Towards the rear, vintage Japanese magazines are laid open on a table packed with covetable CO.JP kicks, including staple styles like “Reverse Ultraman” and “Veneer,” allowing for a literal peek into the past.
Furthremore, Limited Edt has brought Foxtrot Uniform in to create bespoke “neo-vintage” shoes. The duo are offering fans the opportunity to “age” nine different contemporary Dunks to achieve an authentically retro look, complete with flaking upper, yellowed midsole and Foxtrot’s throwback laces. Of course, the laces, staining kits and some thematic socks can also be purchased separately.
Visit Limited Edt’s website for more information on the event, which runs until April 25. An accompanying Limited Edt presents Dunk Edt. documentary tracing the Dunk’s growing demand in Singapore will debut on April 23.
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