This Nike Dunk High benefits from a Medium Olive shade in suede on the panels and Swoosh branding while a more performance-based sports mesh hits the tongue to offset the bolstered materials throughout. The shade works particularly well with a contrasting black on the laces and underlying panels for a timeless colorway. What do you think of the Nike SB Dunk Low Olive? Check out more detailed shots below and head over to our Release Dates page for an updated look at Nike SB’s coming 2017 schedule.
Nike Skateboarding has kept busy with a number of awesome Dunk releases as of late, and most have been a part of their “Shoebox Collection”, an initiative to pay tribute to the numerous colors and styles of the shoeboxes that Nike SB models came in over the past decade and some change. This Nike Dunk High Premium “Oxford Pink” doesn’t come with an embossed shoebox emblem on it, but if you were a fan of the recently released Nike SB Dunk Low “Pink Box”, then this women’s exclusive high top would be the perfect compliment or alternative given the premium suede construction, classic gum bottom, and bold pastel pink shade throughout. What do you think of the Nike Dunk High Premium Oxford Pink? Check out more detailed shots below and grab your pair today from shops like Titolo.
Not to be left out of the yearly “Wheat” colorways every fall, the Nike Dunk High gets in on the tan nubuck coated action with its very own rendition of the now-standard colorway. Seeming to recall the original Nike SB Dunk High from years ago, the new Dunk features the usual tonal nubuck upper and gum rubber sole blueprint. But there’s a catch: these appear to only be releasing in Grade School sizing. Are any of you large-footed “Wheat” fans a bit disappointed you won’t be able to rock a pair?