#WearTheMessage: 20 Shoe Models Embraced by the Hip Hop Community

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3. Nike Dunk

It wouldn't be fair to mention the Air Force 1 without mentioning these. Though there was no song dedicated to these sneakers, the Nike Dunk gained an organic following of hip hop heads looking for an alternative to the Air Force 1. True sneakerheads will note that the Dunk was really a popular shoe among the skateboard crowd, but once hip hop began embracing skateboard culture, this sneaker became a, dare we say, natural fit. 

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