The Nike SB Dunk High Ushers In 2022 With Drab “Green” Suede Overlays
The Nike SB Dunk High has kept a relatively low profile over the last six months, with its shortest counterpart and Nike SB Ishod dominating the spotlight. While the skate-obsessed imprint hasn’t shared any information regarding its plans for the high-top model, the silhouette has recently surfaced in a new black, green and white colorway complete with updated “AIR ZOOM”-branding.
Whether or not the latest Nike Dunk-variant is on its way to retailers, it demonstrates that the Swoosh is consistently reinventing Peter Moore’s 37-year-old design. Hairy suede overlays sit atop a corduroy-reminiscent base that work in-tandem to create a compelling green and black color combination. Profile swooshes and Air Jordan 1-similar sole units contribute to the skate-ready proposition, but they don’t introduce anything new to the storied silhouette. “AIR ZOOM” logos on the sock-liner, however, mark a new era for Nike SB‘s widely-celebrated offering, though the updated typeface may be just that and not an indication that the shoes’ cushioning has also been reworked.
No Nike SNKRS launch information has been disclosed by the brand – if a release is even in the works – but that may change in the coming weeks. For now, enjoy images of the newly-surfaced pair ahead, and anticipate updated “AIR ZOOM”-branding to land on other styles.
For confirmed release dates from the NIKE, Inc. family, check out the Air Jordan 5 “Racer Blue” heading to retailers on February 12th.
Take a Closer Look at the Nike Air Fear of God Raid
The latest installment of the collaborative series.
Nike (NYSE:NKE -1.26%) and Fear of God are continuing their collaborative relationship with the Air Fear of God Raid.
As presented in the official imagery, the Air Fear of God Raid takes inspiration from the original 1993 Air Raid, meticulously crafted with a leather and textile upper for a premium feel. Featuring crossed nylon straps, a zippered heel closure and an adjustable toggle lacing system, the reimagined model is made for easy fitting to get you where you need to be ASAP. Nike branding hits come in the iconic panel Swooshes, while Fear of God aims for subtle identifiers on the lace toggle, midsole and heel. The double-stacked Zoom Air unit provides solid comfort without sparing an inch of its flawless Jerry Lorenzo-helmed design.
The Nike Air Fear of God drops on April 27 on Nike SNKRS. Also, if you’re feeling lucky, enter END. clothing’s raffle draw for the shoes now.
Closer at the Nike SB Dunk High in “Medium Grey”
Nike (NYSE:NKE -0.17%) has added another neutral rendition to its SB Dunk High lineup, dropping a “Medium Grey” colorway with contrasting hues.
Boasting a light grey leather base with darker contrasting overlays, this SB Dunk High iteration is reminiscent of Jeff Staple’s “Pigeon” release with the construction of smooth leathers in a similar color palette. Deeper grey is continued on the mesh tongue with stark black laces, while hits of pink can be seen across the tongue tag and pull tab. White swooshes in tumbled leather on the lateral further contrast the silhouette. To complete the look, a white midsole is spotted with subtle blue stitching over a black rubber outsole.
Priced at $110 USD, the Nike SB Dunk High “Medium Grey” is set to drop on December 25 at Nike.
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