After using the Air Jordan 5 and Air Jordan 6 as muses for its SB Dunk High collaboration with
From the top to the bottom, the shoes are engulfed in gray, but deviate between a charcoal-esque hue that is slapped onto the suede base layers and bottom pieces and a lighter shade across the overlays nearest the throat. Additionally, an even lighter gray tint arrives on top of the tongues, Swooshes and heel overlays, all of which have been engineered with snakeskin scale textures. Tongues keep their usual Nike SB branding on the right foot, but the left side boasts a minor twist as its label has been flipped inside out. FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS branding is printed across the insoles and also lands on the left shoe’s heel in the form of its acronym.
Peep a closer look at the pair here above, and note that no official release info has been announced yet.
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