Remember when sneakerheads had to frantically dig through old family photos to find weird pictures from their adolescence just for a chance to win a pair of sneakers? Well, it was for the super limited Nike Air Foamposite One "ParaNorman." Since many basically just embarrassed themselves and walked away empty-handed, the "ParaNorman" quickly became one of the most sought-after sneakers in the market. After today's discovery, though, it might not have been a Foamposite One that everyone now puts on a pedestal.
A photo of a Nike Dunk High "ParaNorman" surfaced today and was said to be the third sneaker that the agency Wieden+Kennedy pitched to Nike along with the Foamposite One and Air Raid. The Dunks feature a wool upper, skeleton graphics on the side panels and toe box, a brain pattern around the collar, ParaNorman's silhouette on the tongue of the left shoe, and a Nike Blazer-style Swoosh.
While this is certainly news to everyone, it's not exactly a complete shock that the high-top sneaker was in the running considering the Dunk High that was created for the other Laika-produced movie, "Coraline." What do you think about this unreleased sneaker? Should the Dunk High have been produced over the Foamposite One?