Ben and Jerry Chunky Dunky Friends and Family Packaging
As most of you know, I am a passionate sneaker collector, investor, and trader. When Ben and Jerry's launched the Chunky Dunky SB Dunk Low I knew I needed to get involved.
What most of you may not know, Vermont is my favorite place.
Watching races at Thunder Road, the best short track racing facility in the World (formerly owned by Ken Squire and announced by the The Godfather, Dave Moody) and the fact that my grandparents live in the Mad River Valley make it feel like home. Since I was a baby I spent extended periods of time in Vermont. I learned to ride horses from Gigi and Mrs. Stark in Vermont, I discovered farm life in Vermont, I found my love of the outdoors hiking Camels Hump in Vermont. I learned to Ski in Vermont. I found my passion of cliff diving in Vermont. Vermont is a part of me.
I can't tell you how many times I have been to Ben and Jerry's facility in Waterbury Vermont. When Nike announced they were launching a Ben and Jerry SB Dunk I knew I need to get involved. My two passions collided, Vermont and being a Sneakerhead.
So why am I selling these sneakers???? Great Question.
I am going to use the proceeds from this sale (EVERY PENNY RECIEVED) to donate to the Historic Preservations of Barns in Vermont.
If you don't care about barns, no worries... You are going to own and exclusive pair of badass sneakers. I have held many sneakers. These are works of Art.
Joe Graf Jr.
Sneaker Details: as if they mater
Size: 12. (so if you a Lacrosse Player and have been telling everyone your a size 12: you will need to wear 3 pairs of sox for these to fit)
Price: $4,000.00. BUT if you want to pay more because you love Vermont Barns, or hate the thought they may disappear, we can help you donate larger amounts.
Funny Note: Most Sneaker Heads consulted on this sale have opined that I am crazy to sell these sneakers now. The limited production and how they were released certainly supports a view that they should go up in value. I don't disagree.
However, having held these sneakers in my hand and having held Vermont in my heart, I view these sneakers as being priceless.