Nike SB recently released the latest kicks from their premium collection and they’re pretty interesting. The “Brown Paper Bag” name suits the “filbert” leather particularly well, a black lower and gum sole rounds out a surprisingly clean pair of kicks. These should be available at your local Nike SB retailer or you can click the link below and snag them via Premier for $110.
2015 has been a great year for the Nike Dunk and things don’t look to be slowing down anytime soon. The latest release under the Dunk umbrella comes in the form of a “Red October” version dressed in red suede and nylon. Taking obvious cues from the Yeezy “Red October,” these kicks might be one season too late, but they’re still a solid addition to any sneaker head’s closet. The Nike Dunk High “Red October” should be available now at select Nike retailers for $120, if you like what you see contact your local Nike retailer to see if they have them in.
Nike continues it’s “Yeezy” themed trend even after the departure of Kanye West earlier this year. This time, they’ve applied the color way to the SB Dunk High with pretty decent results. Nike is being pretty tight-lipped about these, so one can imagine that they’ll be highly limited. No word on a release date yet, but once kicks hit the “sample” stage, the date usually follows soon after. Check out the “Yeezy” Dunk Highs above and stay tuned for more updates.
Nike SB has been awfully quite during the second half of the year, but they’re beginning to unveil a couple of exclusives. On August 30th, The Dunk Highs dubbed the “31st State” will drop online via Nike and at select retailers across the nation. You may remember these from a few years back, these are pretty much the Lows re-released in High form. That classic California flag colorway intact, these will surely fly off of the shelves, if you’re looking to cop you should check in with Cal-Surf or Familia or try your luck online.
Black Sheep and Nike have confirmed that they’ll be linking up on a pair of SBs dubbed “Gucci”. Taking the colors and signature linked logo from the high fashion brand, Nike SB plans to once again push the boundaries of trademarking with this release. In the past, kicks like the “Tiffany” dunks, “Cheech & Chongs”, “Beavis & Buttheads” and “Heinekens” have all created issues between companies, surprisingly Nike seems to give no fucks. The above “Gucci” inspired Dunk Highs will be available this Saturday, June 21st for a reasonable $105, if you like what you see hit up Nike Town this weekend for a chance to cop.
The release of Nike’s “Hacky Sack” pack has slowly crept upon us with the SB Dunk High version dropping today. We previously posted a sneak peak at a pair, but the above pic is what you can expect to see on shoe store shelves this Saturday. If you like what you see, head out to your local SB retailer to try and snag a pair.
As the month of April has cruised along, Nike has slowly leaked model after model of the kicks involved in the “Hacky Sack” pack. First we had the Koston’s and the Janoski’s, then they unveiled the SB Dunk Lows; now it appears they will include an SB Dunk High as well. All 4 pairs will feature the exact same color code, paying homage to the popular game by the same name. Word around town is that these will retail for $108 and can be expected to hit shelves on May 10th.
Eddie Huang recently took to his Instagram to preview his upcoming collaboration with Nike SB. Dubbed the “Baohaus”, the nappy off-white suede is contrasted by an ice sole making for a clean pair of summer kicks. Nike even went the extra mile and printed an image of the “Chairman Bao”, Eddie’s signature dish at Baohaus; on the insole of the kicks. No word on a release date yet, keep an eye out for more info as it comes in.