Inspired by the curse of salt stained sneakers in snowy terrain, this Nike SB “Salt Stains” Dunk High is the debut design from skater-turned-Nike-shoe-designer, Anthony Hart. The concept Hart created flips what is typically thought to be a problem into an attractive upper that grows more unique with every skate sesh. This crunchy SB was made with skateboarding squarely in mind and arrives just in time for the Winter holidays. Read more to learn more!
Originally nicknamed the “Yeezy” color scheme, the Nike SB x Premier Dunk High “Northern Lights” release is a stellar collaboration colorway inspired by the entrancing visuals of the Aurora Borealis. Our brothers from other mothers over at Premier actually designed this look for a Dunk Low iteration that was exclusive to their shop last week. You’ll have a hard time copping those kicks but the Dunk High counterpart we have here will be easy to catch. Today is the official release date so if you want to bring the phenomena home with you, now is your chance!
Following last year’s inaugural capsule, the new Nike SB x Poler Stuff 2014 Collection pays further homage to the two brands’ Cascadian roots. This offering combines Poler’s earthy color palette with classic Nike SB silhouettes and premium apparel for a truly authentic Pacific Northwest vibe. Whether you’re searching for Sasquatch or sipping on espresso, these limited pieces will keep a touch of the PNW’s magic at your fingertips. Read more to see more!
The latest Dunk Low Premium from Nike SB pays homage to one of skateboarding’s most legendary graphic artists, Sean Cliver. The new Nike SB Disposable Dunk Low celebrates the tenth anniversary of Sean Cliver’s book, “Disposable: A History of Skateboard Art.” If you’ve never had a chance to browse or read through Disposable, we highly recommend you find a copy. Worthy of purchase and worthy of celebration! Hats off to Nike for acknowledging the greatness and customizing this commemorative Dunk. Read more to see more!
New York-based brand Acapulco Gold just took the Nike SB high-top silhouette and fused it with a classic Nike aesthetic for a fresh new Quickstrike. The Nike SB x Acapulco Gold Dunk High has been dubbed the “Mowabb Dunk”, having taken it’s color palette from the infamous Nike ACG Air Mowabb of years past. Up for anything, the new Mowabb dunk looks as good as it performs.
The latest release of the Nike SB Dunk Low takes its inspiration from the unique architecture and culture of Beijing, China. The new Nike SB Beijing Dunk Low features a dark grey upper reminiscent of brick courtyards with antique leather side panels imitating ancient city walls and red/gold traditional style adornments that bring the symbolic package together. The Beijing Dunk will be available through Twitter link only tomorrow, Wednesday, Sep. 17th at 8:30am (PDT). Head over and follow us on Twitter for the purchase link!