Sean Cliver x Dunk Low SB ‘Holiday Special’
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Released in collaboration with the legendary jam band, the Grateful Dead x Nike Dunk Low SB ‘Orange Bear’ features an ursine design theme inspired by the back cover of the 1973 live album, ‘History of the Grateful Dead, Volume One (Bear’s Choice). The low top makes use of a furry orange upper, overlaid with tonal suede panels and accented with a bright green Swoosh outlined in bold jagged lines. A bear graphic adorns the tongue, equipped with a hidden pocket.
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.
Made in collaboration with the Astroworld rapper, the Travis Scott x SB Dunk Low PRM QS ‘Cactus Jack’ Special Cage gives retro low tops a radical design overhaul. The upper features a brown suede toe cap, a plaid fabric quarter panel, and a tear-away cashmere fabric at the forefoot and heel overlay. Braided rope laces give the shoe a distinctly rustic look. This pair arrives in a special Nike SB box finished in the same plaid and paisley patterns found on the shoe.
Originally conceived as a color swatch that was initially rejected, the Jeff Staple x Dunk Low Pro SB ‘Panda Pigeon’ continues Staple’s longstanding association with Nike SB. The design lives up to its name with a black and white color scheme across the leather and suede upper, complete with the all-important dove on the lateral heel. A translucent outsole reveals a collage made up of newspaper headlines alluding to the infamous 2005 Pigeon Dunk launch.
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