As previously noted by HYPEBEAST, the “Wheat” iteration brings an element of nostalgia as it is similar to Reese Forbes’ Dunk from 2002, and that it also represents a core colorway in Nike‘s catalog that has previously found itself on pairs such as the Air Force 1. The suede uppers are finished in “Flax” and are contrasted with “Baroque Brown” details, with the latter highlighting the Nike SB tongue tag, Nike heel tab branding, and the insoles.
The shoe is divided by a “Baroque Brown” midsole component that houses the Zoom Air technology inside, which provides the shoe with comfort and support and makes it even more geared towards skateboarding. This is then rounded off with a gum outsole, which ties in with the other finishing details such as “Flax” laces and tonal stitching.
Nike’s SB Dunk Low Pro “Wheat” is due to release later today (January 11, 2021), at retailers such as Hanon for £90 GBP (approx. $120 USD). Take a closer look at the pair above.
In case you missed it, HYPEBEAST recently spoke to Olivia Rose about the Nike Air Max Plus for the latest installment of Sole Mates.