Detailed Look at the Nike SB Dunk Low "St. Patrick's Day"

The Swoosh wants you to keep from getting pinched on the ucpoming Irish holiday.

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The first few months of 2022 will see a handful of cultural celebrations go down, one being St. Patrick’s Day this coming March. And to get into the spirt of this annual Irish holiday, the Nike team has elected to manufacture a playful SB Dunk Low “St. Patrick’s Day” colorway.

From a palette standpoint, this forthcoming installment is very similar to the Nike SB Dunk High “St. Patty’s Day” variation that released in 2013, but it features various adjustments in materials that allow it to stand on its own. Most of the base layer is constructed with a smooth suede green and comes submerged in a bold, shamrock-inspired green. Metallic gold accents follow suit as they dress up the traditional Nike branding on the fat tongues and heels as well as the Swooshes on the lateral and medial walls. To further stress its festive sensibility, the kicks are also supplied with clover green laces and white shamrock silhouettes embroidered into the lateral heels. Down below, you’ll find the midsoles splashed with an angelic finish and the outsoles styled with a full gum hue.

Check out a detailed look here above and expect Nike SB retailers to stock these sometime in March for $110 USD.

For other footwear news, official photos of the Nike Dunk Low “Blue Paisley” and “Black Paisley” have popped up.

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