Why So Sad? x Nike SB Bruin Mid Receives Official Release Date

Releasing alongside its Nike SB Dunk Low counterpart.

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Shortly after announcing a release date for its Nike SB Dunk Low collab, John Rattray’s Why So Sad? has unveiled the release date for its Nike SB Bruin Mid partnership.

The shoe is set to release on November 4 and arrives with dark brown uppers in suede and leather. Complementing hits of yellow make their way on to the laces, tongue tag and “?” branding, while other insignias can be found on the baby blue panel swoosh, embroidered “Predatory Bird” imagery and the Why So Sad? insoles and marking on the interior of the tongues. The silhouette rests on a gum rubber outsole for a matching finish.

Check out the shoe above. The Why So Sad? Nike SB Bruin Mid releases November 4 at select skate shops and Nike for a retail price of $90 USD.

Elsewhere in footwear, take a look at the New Balance 550 in a modest black and white.

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