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The Nike SB Dunk High Christmas benefits from a premium construction once again for the Holiday 2016 season, as a lush red velvet upper adds a bold, bolstered take to the legendary silhouette. Darker shades of red land on the mid-section while classic ‘Nike SB’ branding shines on the tongue in white. A plaid pattern hits the insole for a nice nod to sweat season while two lace options allow you to make this a monochromatic affair or add a splash of green in honor of the Christmas season’s official colors. What do you think of this upcoming Nike SB Dunk High offering? Check out more photos below and stay tuned for a release date right here on Sneaker News.

Nike Skateboarding has been bringing back some of their most iconic Dunk colorways, but with a twist – Highs become Lows and vice versa. Some love the idea that’s given us new takes on such classics like both De La Soul iterations, the Diamond Dunks, and much more, but others are calling for true and through retro treatments. Regardless, you have to give the skate imprint props for attacking the retro treatment in a somewhat new and exciting way.

Today we get a look at April 2004’s Nike Dunk High Pro “Sea Crystal” in low top form slated to release this Fall 2016 season. The Nike Dunk Low Sea Crystal features that head-turning array of Ice Green on the suede panels and matching midsole – we’re just hoping that these won’t have a tendency to dirty as quickly as its predecessor.The Nike SB Dunk Low “Sea Crystal” also comes equipped with a unique antler-laden Nike SB logo on the insole while a set of black or white laces will come for your swapping out pleasure. What do you think of the look? Check out more detailed shots below and stay tuned for a release date right here on Sneaker News.