Nike SB has also made an effort to wink at their past with a number of upcoming releases like this familiar Nike SB Dunk Low colorway for those old enough to remember the history behind the brand’s first series of Nike Dunk releases back in 2002.Known as the Nike SB Dunk Low Reverse Shark, this pair combines Team Red and Nightshade in an updated suede and leather construction.This time around, the panels are flipped for a familiar, albeit different look on this Nike SB Dunk Low Reverse Shark. There’s no word yet on an official Release Date, but you can expect this classic look to arrive at retailers in early-2017. More photos below.NikeLab has been taking some of Nike Sportswear’s most iconic retro models to task, transforming them through the use of simple yet premium monochromatic uppers and touches of intricate details for quite some time now.
While the Nike Air Force 1 is probably the first model that comes to mind in regards to NikeLab’s luxurious sensibilities, this January 2017, NikeLab will be outfitting the Nike Dunk in two luxurious colorways of Vachetta Tan and Arctic Orange.You may remember the “Arctic Orange” shade from the popular Swoosh-less Air Jordan 1 Low offering this past summer. Now the Nike Dunk Lux Low is the proud recipient of the hue, as you can choose from the light non-quite-pink option in a bolstered all leather construction with overhauled tongue tags or Nike’s favorite lifestyle aesthetic at the moment in Vachetta Tan. What do you think of Nike’s casual-inclined Dunk options for January 2017?Check out more detailed shots below and know that you can head over to our always-updated Release Dates page for a look at what’s ahead for Nike Sportswear in the coming year.
Nike Skateboarding has reinvented the Nike Dunk time and time again with rugged and durable materials,
hidden Zoom cushioning, and most recently extended Flyknit uppers for a more flexible and breathable ride. Today we get a look at more traditional Nike SB Dunk creation, but with an extra durable twist thanks to ballistic nylon and leather panels perfect for Fall 2017. The Dunk High Triple Black benefits from that murdered out look with updated rope laces while a boot-inspired tooling features updated lace eyelets around the ankle. Stay tuned for full Release Date info right here on Sneaker News in the near future.