Nike Announces Wider Release for SB Dunk Low "Black Pigeon"

An ode to New York City.

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The hype returns as Nike’s SB Dunk Low Pro “Black Pigeon” has made its way back boasting a new look. Already launched via a one day Reed Space pop-up and using a special AR activation on Nike’s SNKRS app, next up is the sneaker’s official release to the public. The model returns murdered-out after its original debut in 2005 to continue the story of sneaker culture in New York City. Its confirmed color scheme is listed as Black/Black-Sienna as its “Pigeon” logo returns to its heel.

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Staple Design and the 15th anniversary of Nike SB’s Dunk, you can expect the drop to take place on November 11 via Nike SNKRS for a retail price of $110 USD. Take a look at the imagery above and let us know if you plan on adding these to your personal collection.

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