Rafal “Lipek” Lipinski (Anti-Gravity, silver) won this year’s edition of the prestigious Midnight Madness Dunk Contest. In what turned out to be a loaded final round, Lipek beat out Porter Maberry (aka. “What’s Gravity) who had won Friday’s FIBA contest in Lausanne, Switzerland as well as other Dunk Elite pros including Smoove, Jus Fly and Kristaps.
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Clark took home the trophy at the Brighton Summer Madness 2014 Dunking Contest in his volt Anti-Gravity.
Photo by Nat Dodman Photography
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Lipek is wearing the K1X Anti-Gravity X-Organge.
Photo: Ghetto Games
This Sunday might be one for the ages! Watch the best in the business compete for 10.000 € (yes, you read that right)!
The #SHUTUPANDPLAY Dunking World Championship takes place on Sunday at 2:30 PM on Washington Square, Berlin. Don’t. Miss. Out.
Today’s kicks. You knew it was coming.
Rudy Gay knows his shoes! That’s why he kicked off NiceKicks’ Season Five of the SneakPeek series. We appreciate the love for our K1X Patrick Mohrs, Rudy. (12:30) The place is Munich, Germany though ;-)
We destroyed the place with UNDFTD. Germany’s legendary 7:1 win over Brazil was the perfect kickoff to a loooong night of open-air dancing and drinking…Thanks for the love people!
Rafał ‘Lipek’ Lipiński (silver Anti-Gravity) tore the roof off the building at the GRC (Germany’s Reality Check) tournament in Cologne, last weekend.
We can only imagine what he’s gonna do at the #shutupandplay Dunking World Championship in Berlin on July 26th!? No roof there … So save the date!
Paris parle le basket…!
More pictures after the jump …
When basketball is played our way, you might as well bring a helmet! This iconic K1X design tackles a laughable cliché head-on, portraying basketball as the full-contact sport it obviously is. The cobalt-blue/flame-orange color combination is a classic hint at basketball culture, while the two stripes on the t-shirts sleeves spell: football. The Ballers Play Harder tee is now available at selected retailers.