Take an Official Look At the Nike SB Dunk High "TV Signal"

Reportedly to release in the UK only.

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While sneakerheads continue to search for answers regarding the release location, we now have an official look at the Nike SB Dunk High “TV Signal.”

Centered around the colorful “no signal” display seen when a TV isn’t working properly, the upcoming release features a clean white leather base paired with panels of lenticular print expressing the green, blue, yellow, red and purple static pattern. Accenting the shoe are black suede overlays that introduce the contrast element continued on the laces, lining, insole, midfoot Swooshes and tongue tags. Elevating the SB Dunk High “TV Signal” is a pure white midsole and contrasting black rubber outsole.

Reportedly priced at $110 USD, the Nike SB Dunk High “TV Signal” is now rumored to release in the UK only at select skate shops May 15, with no plans to release stateside.

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