Another Look at the Nike SB 2015 Dunk Low Pro "Black History Month"

Set for a release over the weekend is Nike SB’s contribution to this year’s Swoosh-branded Black

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Set for a release over the weekend is Nike SB‘s contribution to this year’s Swoosh-branded Black History Month collection. Like last year’s release, 2015’s BHM piece from Nike SB comes in the form of the low-top skate-ready Dunk. This time around, however, the kicks sport a simple black and white color palette across their premium leather build while a trio of distinct perforated patterns decorate the upper. Rounding out the look are two sets of laces, custom lace jewels, and BHM branding on both the tongue and insole.

This year’s Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “BHM” will be available in limited quantities from Nike SB stockists like Premier this Saturday, January 17 for $135 USD.

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