Unique branding appears on both the lateral heel and the tongue tag: the former location features a “Official Nike Basketball” badge, while the latter replaces a standard Nike Sportswear tongue graphic with a Sports Specialties logo hit. Construction is unique as well, with the toeboxes, quarters, tongues and collars alike using navy corduroy while forest green corduroy hits the Swooshes. Mudguards, eyestays, heels and collar flaps take on white leather for a hit of light contrast, while down below white midsoles and navy outsoles round off the look.
The Nike Dunk High “Sports Specialties” will likely release sometime this summer, though Nike has yet to confirm its official date of arrival. Its MSRP is set at $110 USD.
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