This time around, the Nike SB Dunk Low appears in an eye-catching metallic silver patent leather that washes across the toe box, collar and side panels. But what really makes the shoe stand out are the iridescent gradient overlay components that appear with a grid pattern across the tip, eye stays, heel and back tab. The signature Nike Swoosh also appears in an iridescent gradient style, but it does not include the grid pattern.
Elsewhere on the shoe is a translucent rubber sole, crisp white shoelaces, metal screw detailing and the “Be True To Your DNA” phrasing on the tongues and insoles in cobalt blue lettering. Although Pride Month officially concluded in June, Nike’s celebration continues throughout the year and also aligns with LGBTQIA+ History Month in October.
Retailing for $130 USD, the new Nike SB Dunk Low “Be True” is set to be released online at Nike and through select Nike retailers in the coming months.
In other news, the Air Jordan 1 Low “Bred Toe” is returning.