Much like the highly acclaimed “Be True to Your School” Dunk collection from 1985, this forthcoming iteration boasts a two-toned presentation. In “Reverse Goldenrod” fashion, the “Maize” tone makes vivid appearances on the quarters, toe boxes and collars while a solid black surfaces on the Swooshes, overlays, laces and interior lining. An extra pop of black also gets distributed to the Nike SB branding on the tongues. Another element to call out is that unlike its muse which is engineered with leather uppers, this variation opts to go with buttery suede paneling. To bring everything together, the midsoles are flooded in full white and come glued above black treading.
Peep a closer look at the SB Dunk High pair in the gallery here above.
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