An Official Look at the Nike SB Dunk Low J-Pack "Chicago"

The legendary AJ1 colorway finally arrives on the skate silhouette.

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Nike continues to launch an enfilade of spectacular SB Dunk Low colorways especially when it comes to the label’s popular J-Pack series. Following the “Pine Green/Black” makeup, the latest option to adorn the silhouette is none other than the legendary “Chicago” tones. The low-top pays homage to its namesake as the sneaker is dressed in the unmissable white, red and black “Chicago” combination.

When it comes to design specs, the shoe is dressed with white leather uppers, tongues, toe caps and side panels while the signature Chicago Bulls’ red hits the leather overlays on the toe, eyestays and heel caps. Lastly, black is spotlighted on the ankles and Nike Swoosh as well as the lacing system. A white midsole and red rubber outsole completes the overall minimalist look of the shoe.

The Nike SB Dunk Low J-Pack “Chicago” is slated to drop early in Korea on August 21 for roughly $100 USD, but will see a wider release starting September 1st on Nike SNKRS. Peep the pair in the slideshow above.

Elsewhere in footwear, HOKA ONE ONE released an Olympic-themed “Team Kit” collection.

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