The Entourage theme returns to the LeBron 12 Low while LBJ’s main performance for the post-season, the LeBron 12 Elite will contunue to give us new flavors featuring vibrant splashes of colors throughout the sturdy playoff build. De La Dunks promise to return as well. Be sure to stick with us for a better look at May 2015’s sneaker releases and let us know which pair you plan on grabbing by penning your thoughts in the comments section.What’s with all of the guitar-inspired references atop sneakers lately? There’s New Balance’s Connoisseur Guitar Collection that utilizes colorways inspired by famous guitars complete with guitar pick hangtags.
Now the Nike Dunk High is getting in on the grunge. Nike’s thought process is a little bit different than NB’s in that the brand is taking the denim wardrobe style to task on the Dunk model. Here we see a white base while a faded grey denim arrives on the toecap and heel. An olive green is an interesting selection for the high arching collar and tongue, but it works here. After getting a look at the darker black and red guitar inspiration, how do you feel about this pair? Stay tuned for more release date updates in the future right here on SneakerNews.Do you remember New Balance’s recent collection of colorways inspired by American guitars?
The sneakers that each even came with a guitar pick seem to be getting their tune ripped off just a bit by Nike, who just released this version of the Dunk High CMFT with a strumming utensil of its own. We have no official design inspiration for this black denim Dunk yet, but by the looks of the Metallica-esque Nike logo on the pick, there seems to be some heavy metal influence. Take a look to form your own opinion of this latest Dunk High CMFT, and head-bang your way into select Nike Sportswear retailers like Oneness to grab your pair now.