The “What The” craze currently hovering over Nike Basketball is credited towards this insane Nike SB Dunk release from 2007. Owning a single pair of What The Dunks is an incredible feat for a collector, but that’s just child’s play compared to what Jordan Geller’s ShoeZeum holds. Not only does he own three pairs of the mash-up Dunks, his collection also features every single Nike SB Dunk release that contributed to the What The concept. His latest video shows off the entire set (if you remember out first trip to the ShoeZeum in 2011, he said he was a few pairs short of completing the set) while pointing out some errors made in a What The breakdown by a sneaker magazine. Check out the ShoeZeum’s full video below because you’ll never see all this SB heat in one spot, and get a look at what the What The Dunks are going for on eBay.
The Nike SB Dunk Mid continues to be the most sparse of the Dunk silhouettes from Nike’s Skateboarding division, with no more than one pair per month usually popping up. This particular pair has taken a while to arrive at retail – we got a glimpse at them back at the beginning of March and then they went pretty quiet afterwards. The good news is that the black/dark grey/laser crimson combination is available now at Premier, and it’s likely that they’re also at your local account as well. See them in better detail after the break and then put out your feelers if you feel like you need them.Want a good look at the Dunks, Janoskis, and Kostons that Nike SB will be coming with this month? Well, you’re in the right place.
Gathered here is a big crop of April 2014 releases for that category that includes a gradient Swoosh Janoski, that supple suede grey/red Nike SB Dunk High, plenty of Air Max x SB crosovers, and more. Continue reading to see them all and then tell us in the comments if you’ve got any picks as far as favorites from the pack go. Also, check back in on Sneaker News for the word on when they pop up at stateside skate accounts.Is the Nike SB Dunk Mid the next skateboarding silhouette to pay tribute to the Air Jordan line? Were the materials a bit more straightforward on this upcoming release we’d say so, but the mesh sections land it just outside of the homage realm (Fortunately there’s still that “J Pack Bred” SB Dunk Low to look forward to).