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The Nike SB Dunk High Gets Completely Deconstructed

Virgil Abloh’s Off-White x Nike collection has popularized a deconstructed aesthetic around the entire sneaker industry. While – understandably – Abloh’s tantalizing creations are held at a higher echelon than the rest, we have seen deconstructed vibes adorn plenty of other new models the likes of the SB Dunk Low, the Vans SK8-Hi, and now the SB Dunk High. Done up in a clean fall-ready combination of Black, Velvet Brown, and Peat Moss with exposed tongue foam in the ex…

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Nike’s SB Dunk High “Humidity” Celebrates New Orleans’s Oldest Skate Shop

Nike SB adds another special Dunk High to its selection in celebration of New Orleans’s oldest skate shop, Humidity. The retailer will soon celebrate its 22-year anniversary alongside commemorating “N’awlins'” tricentennial. The upper sees a metallic gold finish reminiscent of a brass horn and rests atop a matching t…

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Gum Soles Return To The Nike SB Dunk Low

Gum bottom outsoles are inarguably one of the most iconic looks in the sneaker industry, especially when they dress up a sneaker the caliber of the SB Dunk Low. Once again, the Swoosh has opted to combine these two all-time classics to create another unmistakable aesthetic that should be a welcomed addition to any avid skater’s Nike SB collection. A mixture of black and grey make up for the upper that comes adorned in a combination of suede and leather – two classic materials that…

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Jeff Staple Reveals Nike SB Dunk High “Black Pigeon”

Igniting the hype, the “Black Pigeon” returns — this time in a high top look. Presented by Relevant Customs to Jeff Staple during his book signing at Philly’s streetwear foothold UBIQ, the shoes pay homage to the original design which resurfaced last November. The runners get a black cracked leather treatment sitting on to…

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Detailed Look At The Air Jordan 32 Low “Dunk Contest”

Jordan Brand is honoring the 30th Anniversary of Michael Jordan’s victory in the 1988 Dunk Contest with two key footwear models decorated in some incredible details. In addition to the red stripe and the 3:51 markings on the soles, the Air Jordan 32 Low “Dunk Contest” features an embroidered patch on the inside of the tongue that features the number 10 fives times, noting the perfect score he received from his “walk-off” free-throw line slam. This special edition…

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Nike Brings Back The Dunk Low In Clean Suede Colorways

This year has seen a slew of Nike SB Dunk colorways release, but the Swoosh brand has not forgotten about the classic Dunk Low silhouette, which just dropped in two new suede colorways. The two colorways, one Mineral Yellow and one Terra Orange, feature suede uppers with leather accents on the heel and Swoosh. Aside from their bright primary colors both shoes are complemented by black accents and white soles. Both clean looks on the Nike Dunk Low can be had right now from overseas retailers l…

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The Man Behind Nike SB’s Success Shares Rare SB Dunk Samples On Instagram

Sandy Bodecker’s storied history at Nike dates back to 1982 when he joined the brand as a footwear wear-test coordinator. Since then, he’s held various positions within the brand and currently serves as the VP of Global Design, but perhaps the role that was the most influential to sneaker culture …

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