The High-top version of the same colorway, which we previewed earlier this week, is now confirmed to release at skate-shops like Premier on Saturday, with a Nike SNKRS release likely to follow soon. If you want to lock in a pair now, grab one off of eBay.Nike Skateboarding’s celebration of “15 Years of SB Dunk” continues with the re-issue of yet another 1st-series classic – Danny Supa’s orange and blue SB Dunk Low. Danny Supasiriratana recently signed a two-year contract with Nike SB, with the “retro” release of his shoe being part of the package. The striking colorway, inspired by his hometown as well as the Dunk’s origins as a basketball shoe, will reprise its role on the High for a release scheduled sometime during this Holiday season.
With just three months to go in Nike’s recognition of the 15th Anniversary of this “action sports” category, will we see other Retro drops? Check out additional on-foot looks below and stay tuned for a sneaker release date.Nike News reports a November 2nd, 2017 release date for these shoes.Around the turn of the century, Nike used to place some dope emblems on the heels of the Dunk Highsas an extra layer of flair to the classic shoes. There was, of course, the legendary Wu Tang Dunks that featured the Wu logo on the yellow/black colorway, but a few others came in 1999-2001 that had the Nike NYC logo, a USA flag logo for 2000 Olympics, and a few others.
Nike SB took the baton and started adding heel logos to their Dunks in the mid 2000s as well, creating a unique style that typically marked a special edition release.This November it appears that these heel logos are coming back, but it’s just a revised version of the Nike SB logo with a patriotic theme of red, white, and blue and a star placed over the Swoosh (the upper portion breaks in under the “K”. These could possibly be a Veterans Day release, or part of a larger collection that plays on the American theme. Two colorways are confirmed, but stay tuned for updates.