Crafted with mesh and suede uppers, the iteration is dipped in a rich cream hue that’s brightly contrasted by the black and red-orange panel swoosh and additional branding hits on the Nike SB tongue tag and insoles. Giants-themed insignias are also present behind the tongue, with a baseball glove representing the largest record-setting baseball glove statue outside of Oracle Park and a kayak reminiscent of fans kayaking in McCovey Cove trying to catch a ball. The shoe rests on a clean white midsole and a black and pink outsole, while matching cream laces tie the model together.
The Nike SB Dunk High “San Francisco Giants” is set to release this summer via Nike and skate shops for a retail price of $120 USD.
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