The Nike SB Dunk Low collaborations have been impressive to say the least in 2020 and we’re barely in the month of April. Today we give you a first look at another new Nike SB collab by way of the 7-Eleven x Nike SB Dunk Low that is showcased above. This iteration of the SB Dunk Low takes on a full leather upper and takes on the popular color blocking of the store as red, green, and orange dominate the upper. Additional details include the official 7-Eleven logo on the ankles, “NIKE” on the heels that mimics the stacked 7-Eleven design, white detailing on the laces, tongue, Swooshes, and midsole, and a gum rubber outsole.
In celebration of this year’s 4/20 holiday where people gather to celebrate and consume cannabis, a special Nike SB Dunk High will be releasing that is covered in reverse color blocking of the 2010 “Skunk” SB Dunk High. Mimicking the texture of cannibis, the model boasts a fuzzy suede construction in hues of purple, while green adorns the Swooshes and heel tabs as a nod to the popular Purple Haze strain. Finishing details consist of “1/420” debossed on the lateral heel, indicating its extremely limited availability, graphic insoles and a lime green rubber outsole.
2020 is destined to be a big year for Dunks, both SB and non-SB. With releases like the Viotechs, Travis Scotts, Syracuse and Kentucky colorways, there has been lots of heat dropping left and right. On deck today we bring you a new colorway of the Nike SB Dunk High which opts for a relatively neutral look. The high top version of the SB Dunk gets hit with a Sail/Beige upper done in tumbled leather on the side panels, toe and ankle, and suede overlays. Adding some spice to this colorway is Team Crimson which can be seen on the leather Swooshes, inner liner, and the rubber outsole. There isn’t an exact release date to announce yet but a drop is expected some time in June 2020. Keep it locked to Kicks On Fire for updates.
Preparing you for the release of the Nike SB Dunk Low Safari, today we bring you official images of the highly anticipated release. The Nike SB Dunk Low Safari borrows the “safari” theme from the atmos x Nike Air Max 1 and features premium suede and mesh underlays colored in a faded orange hue while the highlight Safari print is applied on its leather overlays. Contrasting black for the fat tongues, laces and mini Swooshes add contrast, while a white midsole and gum rubber outsole top off the design.
Designed by legendary artist Sean Cliver and Todd Bratrud, this Nike SB Dunk Low is perfect for the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday. The shoe is covered in pink suede and complimented by velvet accents on the panels. The theme continues with bright red accents on the Swooshes, lining, and laces, while StrangeLove branding is seen on the tongue and graphic printed insoles. Finally, a white midsole and pink translucent outsole tops off the design.
The month of February will bring us lots of fire (as usual) and it looks like we’ll be able to add this J-Pack Shadow colorway of the Nike SB Dunk Low to the list of releases.
Inspired by the legendary Air Jordan 1 Shadow, this Nike SB Dunk Low features a grey tumbled leather on the toe as well as a black tumbled leather on the side panels. Black suede overlays continue the two-tone look along with grey hitting the laces, inner liner, and suede Swooshes. A white midsole and grey rubber outsole cap things off on what is sure to be one of the most popular SB Dunk releases of 2020.