Medicom Toy has announced an official release date for its latest Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration. First teased in April, the furry, panda-colored Nike SB release marks the eighth collaborative Dunk between toy manufacturer and Nike‘s skate subdivision — and is accompanied by a full set of matching BE@RBRICK toys.
Plain in palette but shaggy in style, the low-cut SB Dunk features an upper built fully of black pony hair. Medicom’s recognizable “@” logo is printed on tongue tags and embroidered on heels in white. This stark touch of contrast is furthered by a white collar and white midsole with black stitching. Grey outsoles complete the look, which is uniform across men’s, kids and infants pairs.
Much like the shoes, the BE@RBRICKs arrive in three different size runs: 1000%, 400% and 100%. Each is done up in glossy black, and features graphics inspired by SB laces and toeboxes on its chubby chest, stumpy legs and large ears. A grey Nike SB graphic sits over the left eye, with a white nose, hands and feet rounding off the look.
The Medicom Toy x Nike SB Dunk Low 2020 and its matching BE@RBRICKs are set to release via Medicom Toy’s webstore and retail locations on August 22. The MSRP is set at ¥13,500 (approximately $126 USD) for men’s pairs, ¥9,000 (approximately $84 USD) for kids pairs and ¥7,500 (approximately $70 USD) for infant pairs. BE@RBRICKs are priced at ¥58,000 (approximately $542 USD) for a 1000% and ¥13,000 (approximately $122 USD) for the 400% and 100% set.
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