Early Look at the Nike SB Dunk Low "Blueberry"

Could this be Nike SB’s next 4/20 colorway?

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Nike and its popular Nike SB sub-label had quite themselves the year by launching playful collaborations with Gundam, Parra, Color Skates and more, as well as striking GRs. And while we still have several weeks to go in 2021, we’re already getting a sneak peek into what it has in-store for 2022, one piece being the Nike SB Dunk Low “Blueberry.”

No official info about these has leaked just yet, but given the nature of its fruity color palette and comical blueberry graphic that sits on the insides of the tongues — reminiscent of the “Strawberry Cough” Dunks — there is speculation that this could associated with the annual smokers-friendly 4/20 holiday. The kicks are contrived with blue uppers and mix between a baby blue shade that drops off on the leather toe boxes, collars and mesh tongues while the buttery suede overlays are splashed with a blueish purple tone. Tongue banners and Swooshes also usher in a pool-colored blue for more flair.

Midsoles are fashioned with an all-white outer and come mated with treading that matches in color to the aforementioned overlays.

Peep a closer look at the pair here above and expect these to launch sometime in 2022.

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