Nike SB Resurrects Dunk Low “Takashi” in Original Black/Metallic Gold Color Scheme

A 2003 classic.

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Initially hitting the sneaker scene back in 2003, Nike SB has decided to throw it back and resurrect the popular SB Dunk Low “Takashi.” Designed in tandem with pro skater Takashi Hosokawa, the Swoosh’s skateboarding line thought to revive the silhouette’s original color scheme for the current fall season.

A material mix of leather and nubuck — both in black — comprise the upper, with contrasting hits of metallic gold landing on the side Swooshes, tongue and heel branding, while the clean white midsole/black rubber outsole combo helps tie the look together. Priced at $100 USD, the Nike SB Dunk Low “Takashi” is out now overseas, however, will make its debut via Nike’s online shop in the coming weeks ahead.

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