Although it’s somewhat easy to forget these days, the
Though its unofficial nickname may indicate otherwise, there’s nothing particularly Nike Basketball about this model apart from the large navy patch on the lateral heel with an “Official Nike Basketball” text hit. Apart from this patch, the shoe’s main point of interest is its corduroy construction. Toeboxes, quarters and collars present a rich navy corduroy, while Swooshes and heel tabs serve up a secondary tone by using green corduroy. A light tan suede is used on the mudguard, eyestays, heels and collar flaps for material contrast, while white midsoles and navy outsoles complete the look.
A release date for the Nike Dunk High “Official Nike Basketball” has yet to be announced, but it’ll likely hit retailers later this summer.
For more Dunk news, take a look at Nike SB‘s new SB Dunk High “Reverse Goldenrod,” a flipped take on a NSW classic.