The SB Dunk Low “Classic Green” from Nike (NYSE:NKE +2.06%) ‘s skate-focused Nike SB label has been teased since the top of the year, and now official images have finally been revealed. An in-line style that offers a Boston Celtics-esque white, black and green palette plus a familiar colorblocking scheme that originated on the Air Jordan 1 “Black Toe,” this low-cut SB Dunk toes the line between skate and hoops. It also serves as an apt follow-up to the similarly styled SB Dunk Low “Court Purple,” and calls back memories of the Air Jordan 1 “Celtics” from 2009’s AJ 1 “DMP” pack.
From a design standpoint, the “Classic Green” uses green shades on its heel, laces and tongue badge. The rest of the shoe is done up in white and black, with the former appearing on the toeboxes and quarters while the latter is used on mudguards, tongues, eyestays, Swooshes, collars and tonally-branded heel tabs. A Zoom Air cushioning unit is embedded in the insole’s heel, and white midsoles work with green outsoles to round off the look.
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Off the heels of the “Unbleached Pack” release is the next unit in Nike SB’s skateshop-only Orange Label product line. Once again is the ever-popular Nike SB Dunk Low Pro ISO in a full tumbled leather build with smooth leather on the Swoosh logo, a black interior lining, and a classic skate-friendly gum outsole. The deep ridged finish on the Dark Russet leather almost suggests a semblance to a basketball – a fitting (yet unlikely) approach considering the Dunks origins in the sport. Further cementing this upcoming release’s Orange Label designation is the appropriate logo hits on the tongue label and the insoles.
These were originally intended to release at Nike SB partnering retailers this month, but with ongoing shipping delays affecting nearly every sneaker release at least through summer 2022, there’s no telling when shops will gain their shipments.
Have no fear: the Nike SB Dunk Low “Mummy”, 2021’s annual Halloween-themed release by Nike Skateboarding, will be making it to retailers in time. Dropping exclusively at skateshops, these canvas-wrapped SB Dunks are designed to mimic the ancient wrapped corpse turned late-October terror, although the only scary thing about these is missing out at retail. Complete with ghoulish eyes at the heel and glow-in-the-dark outsoles, the Mummy SB Dunks stands as one of the more memorable over-the-top concepts for Halloween that we’ve been treated to in recent memory.
Like all skate-shop exclusive SB Dunk drops, these will be available exclusively through raffles, whether it be in-store or online. A SNKRS release has been confirmed for EU/UK regions on October 28th as well. See the store list below and check with each retailer to get filled in on their respective release procedures.
Many shops are employing in-store raffles, or raffles for locals only. The store list will be updated regularly until the official release date of October 28th.
Following a “Dark Russet” iteration revealed earlier this week, Nike (NYSE:NKE +2.06%) announces its latest Nike Dunk Low in a “Vast Grey” colorway, which is set to release alongside a series of other SB silhouettes in 2022.
Uppers are dressed in suede featuring pearl white hues on the base and ivory-colored overlays across the mudguard, laterals, and heel tab. The mesh tongue features a swoosh-adorned tag, and additional Nike logos are found on the heel and insole. A crisp white midsole and iron-grey classic outsole below complete the minimalist winter-ready pairs.
Official imagery fo the Nike SB Dunk Low “Chlorophyll” have finally surfaced online which indicates its impending release. Notably Inspired by the “Chlorophyll” Nike Air Trainer 1 and Air Jordan 3 “Chlorophyll”, the SB Dunk essentially bears the familiar color scheme with white perforated leather underlays, grey and black suede overlays, and the highlight green for its branded areas on the tongue and heel tabs. Finally, a white midsole and grey rubber outsole tops off the design.
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Halloween is already next week, and this exclusive Nike SB Dunk Low “Mummy” is perfect to celebrate the spooky holiday. Simply mimicking a mummy’s aesthetic via its “Coconut Milk/Seafoam-Yellow Strike” color scheme, the model sports a tear-away upper as well, which is nicely offset by a turquoise-like colored Swoosh. Other thematic elements consist of a spider on the left toe, an Egyptian Eye of Horus on the inner tongues, followed by toilet paper and grass graphics on the insoles. Finally, glow-in-the-dark soles, heel tabs, and tongue labels round out the style.
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With autumn underway, the Swoosh has been releasing some cold weather-appropriate footwear over the last month. Up next?: The Nike Dunk Low Next Nature “Toasty.”
Part of the North American company’s “Move to Zero” initiative, the newly-surfaced pair comprises of at least 20% recycled materials. Shades of blue take over all of the modified-for-the-cold upper, with quilted nylon bases donning a lighter tone. The suede that appears across the Nike Dunk’s overlays indulges in a much more vibrant proposition, as does the fur inner-lining and branding at the spine. Sock-liners also boast a non-standard fur, propelling the sneaker as a perfect option for the impending winter. Underfoot, the speckling on the sole unit suggests its made from upcycled materials, furthering the Swoosh’s sustainability efforts.
Enjoy official images of the pair here below, and anticipate adult and Grade School sizes to launch via Nike SNKRS soon.
While a Nike Dunk Low “White Black” dropped this past spring, this upcoming Nike Dunk Low Next Nature “White Black” is notably a mirror image of the aforementioned pair, although, this rendition is composed of att 20% recycled materials by weight. Overall, the sneaker’s leather construction consists of white for the base alongside black overlays and accents, while the brand’s “Move to Zero” pinwheel logo on the volt insoles, followed by a white midsole and black rubber outsole rounds out the design.
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Over the past two decades, NIKE, Inc. has released product to commemorate special occasions observed by cultures across the globe. For its Nike Dunk Low “SiEMPRE Familia” proposition, the North American institution takes a trip to Mexico ahead of Día de los Muertos.
Clad in a mix of muted green and vibrant citrus tones, the upcoming Nike Dunk boasts one of the most ornate arrangements from the brand’s recent slew of offerings. Reptile-inspired leather takes over both the base and superimposed layers throughout the upper, with the profile swooshes introducing a contrasting blue. An iguana-like graphic appears on the lateral heel, suggesting the surroundings have been inspired by it. Underfoot, the low-top sneakers forgo their statement-making color palette for a much more reserved color palette, although outsoles indulge in semi-translucent, icy blue finish. The collection’s “SiEMPRE Familia” (“Always Family) name appears on the left shoe’s sock-liner, as well as on the shoebox.
First teased in late April, the Nike Dunk Low “Georgetown” finally arrives stateside via Nike SNKRS tomorrow, November 5th.
Having already launched overseas and at select retailers in the U.S.A. throughout October, the two-tone pair harkens back to Nike Dunk heritage. Reminiscent of the “Be True To Your School” campaign that helped launch Peter Moore’s design 36 years ago, the sneakers feature smooth leather across their upper, with “Dark Obsidian” sitting atop a lighter “Wolf Grey” base. Despite shipping delays, the pair has only grown in popularity since initial rumors surfaced earlier in the year, and understandably so. Like the Air Jordan 1 “Georgetown” expected February 2022, the low-top offering rounds out its two-tone ensemble with a “colorless” midsole and dark navy outsole combination.
Nike Dunk Low “Georgetown”
Release Date: Nov 5th, 2021 (Friday) Color: Wolf Grey/Dark Obsidian/Total Orange Style Code: DD1391-003