Take a look at this upcoming pair of Nike SB Dunk High. Dressed in leather and suede, black works most of the shoe’s design. White serves as a secondary tone, and is applied to the Nike swoosh, shoe laces, tongue, inner lining, and midsole, adding some depth to the otherwise bland look. We’re still awaiting information about the shoe’s availability, so stay tuned in for more information as it surfaces.
The notorious cool grey colorway is back at it again, this time working its way onto this pair of Nike SB Dunk Low. More specifically, it is seen on the toe box, quarter panels, and ankle, while thunder blue is seen on the areas surrounding the grey.
Other features include a padded tongue for added shock absorption, as well as a white midsole, and black outsole. Check with your local Nike Skateboarding shop for availability, or pick up a pair now at Concepts.
Nike SB continues to bring us heat with a Nike Dunk High Pro SB model that features tons of new tooling wrapped up in a pretty package. A team red upper crafted of suede and leather establishes texure and tonality and a filbert swoosh does more to enhance it than anything. The gum outsole hypes up the entire design making this newly redesigned skater something truly special. Look for them today at Skate Park of Tampa.
The Nike Skateboarding resurrected the Dunk Mid’s signature ankle strap in July with a highly textured summer thunderstorm of a midnight colorway, and today we see how next month’s release offers a logical progression. Pictured above in Midnight Fog and Metallic Summit White, the Nike SB Dunk Mid sticks with a relatively simple dark palette, but the end result is even more wearable given that it’s just about impossible to come up with a bad compliment for these tonal grey ranges. Let us know how this its monochromatic appeal compares to the perforated underlay on a similar red pair we’ve seen in recent previews and stick with Sneaker News for release info on the Midnight Fog Mids.
Nike SB Dunk Low – Dark Obsidian – Gym Red – White
Are we witnessing a comeback for the Nike SB Dunk Low all of a sudden? We all know the model isn’t quite where it used to be but recent releases have us feeling pretty nostalgic over its days at the top of the heap sneakerwise, from the ressurection of the Supreme and Pushead collaborations to potential classics like the upcoming Levi’s equipped pair. Shifting focus a bit to the in-house side of things is this pair, one whose timing is too close to the Olympic ceremonies to be coincidence what with the distinctly USA palette. Click through for a full look at this cleanly blocked pair and stick with Sneaker News for word on when this patriotic looking Nike SB Dunk Low arrives stateside. Photos: Kasina
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We’ve seen the Nike SB Dunk High “Camo” a few times already, and today we’ve come across a few more images, as well as some information about the shoe’s availability. Nike SB will release it this month at select accounts. Just to recap, the shoe teams a black suede underlay and canvas camo overlay. Seoul-based Kasina will release them on Sunday, July 8th, but you can also check with your local account for availability.
Early last week we showed you the Omar SalazarLevi’s x Nike SB collection. Today, we bring you two additional Nike SB Dunks from the line, one in black and the other in blue. The first model features a mostly black canvas upper with white stitching on the Nike Swoosh and heel. For the second pair, the duo opt for a blue corduroy upper highlighted by yellow stitching. A white midsole rests upon a red outsole, which coincidentally matches the branding efforts. Look for both models to hit Nike SB accounts later this month.
The Nike SB Dunk Pushead 2 is on its way to retailers potentially by the middle of the month and if you are wondering what to expect from the release here are a few images of the sneakers and their packaging. The newly minted Nike SB Box arrives in a bag who’s material is splashed with the same pattern as the shoe and also bearing the sneakers size and color information. The sneakers themselves are beautifully crafted with the Pushead pattern finding its way onto the laces as well as the sneakers upper. Look for them at select Nike SB retailers soon.
Nike SB Dunk “Pushead 2″ Black / Filbert 536356-002 July 15, 2012
Nike SB is at its best when crafting colorways of the iconic Nike Dunk silhouette and this time they really dug into their bag and came out with something special. The Nike SB Dunk Low “Infrared” is set for a Spring 2013 release and here you can see Dominick DeLuca of Brooklyn Projects holding his pair well ahead of time. With a grey leather and suede build, black lining and swoosh and red outsole to finish these are are a very simple yet effective use of colorblocking and materials.
Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski ‘Vino Rosso’ – June 2012 Quickstrike
Arriving at Nike SB retailers as a Quickstrike release this June is the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski in the ‘Vino Rosso’ colorway. It took nearly a year for these wine-stained Janoskis to finally hit stores, but after aging just a bit more, these have been bottled up and corked for your pleasure next month. With the Janoski continuing to be a consistent success for Nike Skateboarding, these special edition releases should go down more often, would you not agree? It even appears that the shoes will be packaged in individual shoe bags for that extra special note of attention. New images of these are just ahead so take a look and keep your focus locked into your local SB account for this June! Photos: plaskateboarding