Ben & Jerry’s x Dunk Low SB ‘Chunky Dunky’Ben & Jerry’s x Dunk Low SB ‘Chunky Dunky’
Made in collaboration with Ben & Jerry’s, the Nike Dunk Low SB ‘Chunky Dunky’ replicates the packaging used for the ice cream brand’s Chunky Monkey flavor. The leather upper represents blue skies and green grasses, while the pony hair overlays are rendered with a spotted cow print. A yellow leather Swoosh is treated with a melted ice cream effect for additional visual flair. At the top of the tongue, the woven label features a Chunky Dunky wordmark along with Nike SB branding.
Carpet Company x Dunk High SBCarpet Company x Dunk High SB
The Carpet Company x Nike Dunk High SB represents Swoosh’s first collaboration with skate brand Baltimore, founded in 2015 by a pair of brothers, Ayman and Osama Abdeldayem. Their take on the retro high-top sneaker features a white leather upper with semi-translucent blue overlays, inspired by screen printing and designed to wear down over time. Beneath the fabric, a yellow leather base is accented with a series of quirky graphics. Additional rip detailing at the back heel reveals hidden Carpet Company branding, which is joined by an embroidered star logo on the side heel tag and a Carpet wordmark on the rubber outsole.
Dunk High SB ‘Maui Wowie’Dunk High SB ‘Maui Wowie’
The Nike Dunk High SB ‘Maui Wowie’ makes use of a floral print textile upper, accented with undyed hemp on the Swoosh and tongue. The outer shell of the toe box and side panels are designed to tear away, revealing a different floral print in fiery red and orange tones. Meanwhile, the forefoot and heel overlays of the shoe feature shaggy green suede under the tear-away surface layer. The multi-color layout across the upper is offset by a crisp white midsole, supported underfoot by a cream-colored rubber outsole.
Dunk Low ‘Black White’Dunk Low ‘Black White’
The Nike Dunk Low ‘Black White’ treats the throwback model to an essential two-tone color scheme that accentuates the shoe’s clean lines, developed by designer Peter Moore and responsible for the shoe’s easy transition from wood to street. . The leather upper combines a white base with contrasting black overlays that wrap the toe box and heel. On both the knit tongue and heel tab, Nike branding in white stands out in relief against a black background.
Dunk Low ‘University Blue’Dunk Low ‘University Blue’
The Nike Dunk Low ‘University Blue’ offers a simplistic two-tone colorway of the retro silhouette, rendered in a classic color block reminiscent of the 1985 sneaker’s slate of OG colorways. it’s accented with light blue overlays and a matching blue Swoosh. A traditional woven Nike label adorns the slightly breathable nylon tongue, which is combined with a padded collar for a comfortable fit. The low top is mounted on a standard rubber sole.
Dunk Low Pro SB ‘Gulf’Dunk Low Pro SB ‘Gulf’
The Nike Dunk Low Pro SB ‘Gulf’ is a follow-up to the 2018 Blazer Mid ‘Club 58’, both designed in collaboration with a consortium of four leading skate shops located in Western Europe. Light Blue suede is used throughout the upper, accented with a White leather Swoosh and a 58 circle graphic on the lateral heel. Digits are repeated on the woven label attached to the padded mesh tongue. Underfoot, a bright orange rubber outsole provides a pop of contrasting color.
Dunk Low SE ‘Free.99 – White’Dunk Low SE ‘Free.99 – White’
As part of the ‘Free.99’ bundle, the Nike Dunk Low SE ‘White’ features mismatched color blocking between the left and right shoe. The mixed hues, encompassing a jarring mix of red, green, yellow and light blue, are contrasted by a white leather base, matching white fabric tongue and brown leather Swoosh. Inside the shoe, the custom insole displays ‘Free .99’ price stickers. Both shoes are backed by a clean white midsole and peach-colored rubber outsole.
Dunk Low SE ‘Free.99 – Black’Dunk Low SE ‘Free.99 – Black’
The Nike Dunk Low SE ‘Free.99 – Black’ applies mismatched blocks of color on the classic basketball shoe turned streetwear staple. Both the left and right shoe feature a black leather base on the upper, supported by a white midsole and pale orange rubber outsole. While the overlays on each shoe are arranged asymmetrically, they are based on the pastel palette of light blue, pink, yellow, and linear green hues. Custom template displays ‘Free.99’ price stickers.