Nike SB is set to drop a duo of notable models that both host hidden designs under their surfaces. Inspired by skater and LA’s own Kevin Bradley, the Swoosh has chosen the Zoom Dunk High Pro and Air Force 2 Low models to tell special stories about LA and Venice in addition to Bradley’s love for animals.
On the Zoom Dunk High Pro you’ll find a white-dominated upper that’s complemented by red accents on the top eyelet in addition to the outsole. A small palm tree is embroidered onto the heel as a nod to the streets and beaches of LA and Venice for the final touch.
For the Air Force 2 Low, its upper also sees white coloring while blue is swapped for the aforementioned red. An image of his dog Jericho is incorporated onto the sockliner for a subtle addition to the low cut model.
Each white upper will wear down over the course of time to reveal their own respective linings. Retailing for $110 and $95 USD respectively the Nike SB Zoom Dunk High Pro and Air Force 2 Low will launch on February 8 at select Nike SB retailers and Nike SNKRS.