To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Amy Ellington’s skate shop, the “KCDC Brooklyn” sneakers are dressed in vibrant pink suede with overlays of pale pink leather along the eyestays, mudguards and rear quarters. Highlighting the shoes is a start black that can be found on the laces, midsole, lining, thick Swoosh, and heel tag with the KCDC logo. More branding can be found in the understated doodles hidden in the insoles – sketches of a lazy devil, stars, smiley faces, “20 years” enclosed in a heart and an anchor labeled with co-branding, as well as the tongue tag that spelled “Nike SB” and “KCDC 2001.” To complete the look, black midsoles atop gum outsoles further contrast the playful silhouette.
The price tag and release date have not been unveiled yet but we can foresee the drop of the Nike SB Dunk High in “KCDC Brooklyn” in the coming future.
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