This Nike SB Dunk High maintains the same road-trip theme found on its low-top counterpart, which draws inspiration from the decals and stripes found on RV’s from the 1970s. Nike has crafted the sneaker from black suede, adding mesh for the tongue and leather for the quad-colored Swoosh emblems, which sport a mixture of sunset-like hues ranging from red to orange and yellow.
The same colors can be found on the embroidered tongue tab, inside the shoe on its insole, and on the outsole to mark the sneaker’s Zoom Air technology. The Swoosh’s take on a 3D effect with added stitching outline the logo, which gives shadows and depth to the colors used, while the rest of the shoe is kept simplistic with a clean white sole unit, black outsole, and complementing details such as black laces.
Take a look at the Nike SB Dunk High Pro “Truck It” in “Black/University Gold/Team Orange” in the gallery above, and pick up a pair for yourself at retailers such as The Canteen and 43einhalb for €109.95 EUR (approx. $121 USD) when they drop on February 1.
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