Nike Covers the SB Dunk Low in Neutral Shades

The Swoosh brings its color blocking style to the skateboarding classic.

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It’s been a busy couple of weeks for the folks over at Nike Skateboarding. With its SB Air Force 2 collaboration with Supreme all but in the books, the label is returning some love to its older models with a new look for the SB Dunk Low. The latest iteration of the sneaker sees a pattern similar to that of the rumored Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Shadow,” with a variety of different neutral tones color-blocked against one another. Black and grey overlays contrast one another on the shoe’s upper, while a different shade of grey occupies the shoe’s laces and toe box. The same pattern is brought down to the sole, where the white rubber midsole is countered by a darker shade of grey for the shoe’s outsole.

There is currently no set date on when we can expect to see the latest Nike SB Dunk Low colorway come out. If past SB Dunk Low releases are any indication, you can expect to see this colorway on the shelves of different Nike Skateboarding retailers for around $90 USD. For more on the SB Dunk model, take a look at the high cut silhouette in “Triple Black.”

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