Former inmate launches successful sneaker company

After going to prison for selling drugs, Darrell Alston decided to turn his life around by chasing his passion for art. Following his release, Alston founded Bungee Oblečení, a high-end shoe company that burst onto the Philadelphia 'sneakerhead' scene last year with designs that he created while behind bars. NBC News' Steve Patterson reports for Weekend TODAY.

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