Take a First Look At the Pass~Port x Nike SB Dunk High "Workboot"

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Joining Nike SB‘s growing list of collaborative releases, Australia’s Pass~Port has put together its take on the SB Dunk High.

Dubbed the Pass~Port x Nike SB Dunk High “Workboot,” the upcoming limited release is centered around the look of hiking boots. The upper of the shoe features a two-tone brown durable nylon base accented by green hairy suede and brown tumbled leather Swooshes. Additional detailing includes gold-tone metal eyelets, rope laces, trail-style pull tabs and Pass~Port digger embroidery. Finally, rounding up the design of the shoes are black midsoles with contrasting stitching paired with faux dirt decorated rubber outsoles.

Take a first look at the Pass~Port x Nike SB Dunk High “Workboot” now expected to release at select skate shops later this year.

 

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