Take a First Look at the Polaroid x Nike SB Dunk Low

Expected to arrive next year.

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Already getting an idea of sneakers releasing next year, we now have a first look at the Polaroid x Nike SB Dunk Low.

Serving as the first collaboration between the instant film and camera name and Nike‘s skateboarding line, the upcoming SB Dunk Low release features black leather uppers accented by stacked Swooshes expressing the colors of Polaroid. Additional detailing comes in the form of contrasting white heels, Polaroid rainbow bars at the toebox region, branding embroidered heel tabs, branded lace tips and special insoles. Finally, elevating the shoes are pure white sole units that continue the contrast found on the upper.

Reported priced at $110 USD, the Polaroid x Nike SB Dunk Low is now expected to release sometime April 2022.

 

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