Nike Readies the SB Dunk High "TV Signal"

The TV-inspired style boasts a multi-colored lenticular print.

By
Footwear
6,372 Hypes 4 Comments

Nike‘s skate-focused Nike SB subdivision has tuned into the SB Dunk High, readying a new “TV Signal” style. A colorful makeup that’s inspired by the “no signal” graphic you’ll see when your TV isn’t working properly, the “TV Signal” combines bold prints with stately base colors, making for another addition to the brand’s expansive swath of in-line SB Dunk releases.

The design’s main detail is a lenticular print on the quarters and collar that combines green, blue, yellow, red and purple stripes with static-like white flecks for a “no signal” screen callout. Mudugards, eyestays and heels are done up in black nubuck, while Swooshes use shiny black patent leather. White mesh tongues and supple white leather toeboxes round off the top half. Down below, the look is finalized by a Zoom Air-loaded white midsole and black rubber Dunk outsole.

Early info outlets like Instagram page nikesbornothing have noted that the SB Dunk High “TV Signal” will see a May 15 release, and be exclusive to Europe as the US drop was supposedly cancelled. However, it’s worth noting the store that originally posted the “TV Signal” photos — L.E. Way Singapore — is based in the APAC region, so a global release is still a possibility.

For more information on upcoming sneaker releases, check out the latest installment of HYPEBEAST’s weekly Best Footwear Drops list.

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

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

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

Reportedly to release in the UK only.

Official Images of the Nike SB Dunk High "Hawaii"
Footwear

Official Images of the Nike SB Dunk High "Hawaii"

Also known as the “Maui Wowie,” this floral SB Dunk High conceals cheeky detailing under its tear-away upper.

Nike SB Lights Up Potent SB Dunk High "Maui Wowie"
Footwear

Nike SB Lights Up Potent SB Dunk High "Maui Wowie"

The potential 4/20 release features floral patterns and wear-away detailing.


On-Foot Look at the Nike SB Dunk High "Hawaii"
Footwear

On-Foot Look at the Nike SB Dunk High "Hawaii"

The Aloha-themed kicks come complete with vibrant floral graphics and beachy hemp tongues.

HUMAN MADE and Blue Bottle Coffee Japan Brew up Collaborative Merch and Beans
Fashion

HUMAN MADE and Blue Bottle Coffee Japan Brew up Collaborative Merch and Beans

Kicking off Blue Bottle’s new Shibuya outpost in style.

A Ma Maniére's Gender-Defying Air Jordan 3 "Raised By Women" Leads This Week's Best Footwear Drops
Footwear 

A Ma Maniére's Gender-Defying Air Jordan 3 "Raised By Women" Leads This Week's Best Footwear Drops

James Whitner’s newest footwear project is joined by the ‘South Park’ x adidas Campus 80 “Towelie” collab and the Nike SB Dunk High “Hawaii”.

Ondrej Zunka and Lexus Head Into the Future With Virtual Interiors for the LF-Z Electrified
Automotive 

Ondrej Zunka and Lexus Head Into the Future With Virtual Interiors for the LF-Z Electrified

Presented by Lexus
The digital artist transports the luxury vehicle to an alternate universe.


Psychworld and Beats Collide for a Neon Digi-Camo-Fueled Release
Tech

Psychworld and Beats Collide for a Neon Digi-Camo-Fueled Release

Revealed with a campaign starring Cactus Jack Record’s artist Don Toliver.

Meet the Oris AquisPro Date Calibre 400
Watches

Meet the Oris AquisPro Date Calibre 400

Oris upgrades its range-topping dive watch with an in-house movement.

A Hot Italian Summer's Night Informs Palm Angels and Bleue Burnham's Fine Jewelry Collab
Fashion

A Hot Italian Summer's Night Informs Palm Angels and Bleue Burnham's Fine Jewelry Collab

Centered around “galaxy sapphires” and lab-created sapphire stones.

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Adblock Detected.

We charge advertisers instead of our readers. If you enjoy our content, please add us to your adblocker's whitelist. We'd really appreciated it.