Nike Skateboarding looks to be celebrating 4/20 this year again, as we take a look at this new Nike SB Dunk Low 420 colorway that pays tribute to the day of smoking and celebrating cannabis. Official details regarding this pair have not been revealed yet but the design on the upper looks like a mixture of weed/galaxy-like pattern that is printed on a patent leather overlay. Black mesh is used for the sides, fat tongue and lining, while a white midsole and translucent outsole completes the makeup.Look for the Nike SB Dunk Low “420” to drop at select Nike SB stores on April 20 or earlier but keep it locked to KicksOnFire for more updates.Introduced back in April 2005, the classic Nike SB Dunk Low Boca Juniors is suggested to make its return this Spring 2017, twelve years later.
Inspired by the Argentinian soccer club, this variation of the BOCA Juniors will simply stay true to its classic build with its signature tones of varsity royal and lightning yellow.While the 2005 counterpart featured a full leather construction, this 2017 pair is upgraded with smooth suede overlays. Draped in blue, the eye-catching yellow accents are prominent on the Swooshes, tongue and heel, while it’s offset against a white midsole unit and gum outsole. In addition, the inner is more refined as well, with the classic fat tongue now slimmed down.Retailing for $90, you can expect to find this pair at select Nike retailers starting April 2017.The classic Dunk silhouette has been updated with the introduction of this new Nike SB Zoom Dunk Elite Low.Staying true to its original design ethos, the popular skateboarding silhouette is reengineere to be lighter and more flexible. Notable enhancements include a one-piece upper that eliminates seams in high-wear areas, in addition to a larger Zoom Air bag in the midsole, which provides maximum impact absorption.
This inaugural colorway is also noted to be the original grey and blue SB Dunk sample that Sandy Bodecker (then the GM of Nike SB) first took around to skate shops in 2002.Nike SB has debuted an all-new silhouette today with the introduction of the Nike SB Dunk Low Elite. The first pair to hit retailers is this Sean Malto colorway.This new version of the SB Dunk Low features a one-piece upper that eliminates seams in high-wear areas, in addition to a larger Zoom Air bag in the midsole, which provides maximum impact absorption. This Sean Malto pairs features two different shades of blue on the upper with samurai graphics and decorative red stitching. You can pick up your pair at select Nike SB retailers now for $115,The Nike SB Zoom Dunk Elite Low Sean Malto takes inspiration — with a nod to his ability to negotiate the streets or a competition course — from traditional samurai armor. Brass details, along with fabric and stitching choices flesh out the theme, which is completed by a special sock liner. The shoe features a couple of shades of blue on the upper with white and red accents.