Take an Official Look at the Nike SB Dunk Low "Chlorophyll"

A classic colorway that was first seen on the 1987 Air Trainer 1.

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Nike SB has recently been releasing a multitude of out-of-the-box Dunk Low editions and is now taking a few steps back into the ’80s as it receives a “Chlorophyll” treatment. The classic color scheme was last seen on the Air Jordan 3 and first debuted on the Air Trainer 1 from 1987.

Mike Packer of Packer Shoes recently sat down with HYPEBEAST for a Sole Mates episode to discuss his affinity for the specific Air Trainer 1 in the definitive combination of the leather, suedes and shades. The latest offering at hand is constructed with more circulation through the perforated leather hitting both the toe boxes and quarters. Suede overlays wrap around the uppers with a black mudguard and lateral Swoosh while the eyestays, heel and heel tab are decked in a smokey gray hue. The “Chlorophyll Green” is found on the branding label, tongue and embroidered heel tab with a white midsole and gray rubber outsole to complete the look.

Mark your calendar for the Nike SB Dunk Low “Chlorophyll” set to release some time in November at select retailers and via Nike for $100 USD.

For more sneaker news, here’s the colorway info for the rumored Union x Air Jordan 2 collab that recently surfaced.

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