In 2007, The Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Ebay’ was up for auction and ended up selling for $30,000. No one knew who or where the bid came from but many have speculated that the Ebayer who listed the pair was putting his own bids in to hype it up. The display model for the auction was displayed and cut into 4 pieces in the Nike booth at the ASR show right after the auction closed. The 4 piece remains of the Ebay dunk were shipped to the winner to ensure the authenticity of Nike’s promise to only make one pair. All proceeds were split between the Tim Brauch Foundation and Skaters For Portland Skateparks. Here we have detailed images of the chopped up Ebay dunk and a snapshot of the actual Ebay Auction. Via Dunkbar

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