Following up on last month’s bold Pimento/black colorway comes a new vulc-soled Dunk Low from Nike Skateboarding with a decidedly more low-key look. It’s all neutral everything on the newest Nike Dunk Low LR, a Soft Grey and Anthracite textile and suede construction atop the gum brown bottoms. This is one of those styles you can count on for just about any situation, so check them out from more angles below, then grab a pair at Caliroots.
Nike Dunk Low LR
Soft Grey/Anthracite-Soft Grey
Liberty London has hit us off with a variety of patterned fabrics over the course of their partnership with Nike Sportswear. The Denise Eva floral look has been the go-to for 2013, a pattern whose name has naturally led some to believe ‘she’ is the designer behind these collabs. This latest Liberty x Nike WMNS Dunk Sky High applies a dark version of the material in question a la Air Force 1 Downtown LIB, but with a concealed heel wedge, these smaller sizes are distinctly for the lady sneakerhead. Have a closer look after the jump, then find yours at NSW retailers like SNS.
Nike WMNS Dunk Sky High LIB
Midnight Fog/Vachetta Tan (Denise Eva)
A little difference in the leather used goes a long way on a sneaker. Need proof? Check out this new Nike SB Dunk High colorway that’s at US skate shops now. The pair has a sort of sideways patriotic look to it, using a red, white, and blue array of colors that should prove a popular one come the summer months. Make sure you get all the photos lurking right after the jump and give us a heads up in the comments if this is a Nike SB Dunk High pair that you’ll be picking up. And if so, you can catch yours right now from Premier.
Nike SB Dunk High
Squadron Blue/University Red-White
The Nike SB Dunk Mid is a sneaker that sits at a rare height for the Dunk range, a height that exists only in the Nike SB subcategory. That height is this time outfitted with ripstop nylon for a new release that’s starting to trickle into stateside shops. Between both the materials and the colors the shoe is a pretty uniform affair-the aforementioned nylon is all over the upper and things are kept strictly to photo blue in terms of colors. Get the rest of the shots after the jump and keep in mind that this Nike SB Dunk Mid release is available right now from Premier.
It’s been a few weeks since most of the superhero-themed releases from Nike Basketball and Sportswear arrived, so that makes this latest delivery a nice surprise. The latest Nike Dunk High features a tessellated side panel just like the ‘Superhero Pack’ that dropped in early April. This one has the same galaxy-ish tongue tags, but goes for a more traditional basketball colorway in the classic ‘bred’ pairing. Let us know how these compare to the Wolf Grey/Bright Citrus and Photo Blue/Volt editions after you’ve seen more below, then grab a pair at Foot Locker.
Kids sizes and iD creations not withstanding, the Nike Dunk Low has been very quiet compared to its periods of peak activity. It’s been quite a while since we’ve examined a good old pair of ‘CLs’ here on Sneaker News, but it’s clear that the Dunk’s strengths still ring true. This latest colorway is similar to a release we profiled a few months back, in that both utilize black leather uppers and red contrasts. This new style stands out with its bold colorblocking, including a red run up the middle of tongue, laces and lining that makes a standout among the new styles you’ll find available at Finish Line.
After a strong showing in late 2011, we haven’t seen much from Nike Sportswear’s VacTech series. Among the styles in that capsule was the Dunk High, a model whose VT build we see combined with another recent Dunk variation in this latest release. The Nike WMNS Dunk Sky High VT has a heel wedge hidden in the VacTech-sealed heel, so along with the timely caramel/mint colorway, you also get a few extra inches and all that goes along with that perched posture, except with the extra stability of the time-tested Dunk sole. Check them out after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for word on a US Dunk Sky High VT release.
The Liberty of London fabrics are about to hit a ton of fan-favorite models over on NIKE iD. What’s available? You can cook up the Nike Dunk High, Nike Dunk Low, Nike Blazer Mid, Nike Blazer Low, Nike Roshe Run, and Nike Air Max 1 all using the patented floral looks. What’s more the options are available in both men’s and women’s sizing, meaning the days of having to do size-conversion math for the Liberty stuff are apparently out the window. Continue reading to see some samples we’ve whipped up and then hit NIKE iD to concoct your own ahead of the May 20th launch..
The next Nike SB Dunk release to make some serious noise is this, the collab between FTC and the Swoosh’s skate division. The Nike SB Dunk Low “Finally” is one that should hold special significance for the kind of people who actually go out and skate in their Nike SBs. The pair mimics the cover art and overall theme for the skate crew’s classic video Finally, one whose art was designed by Del tha Funkee Homosapien. Get with us after the jump to see the shoe, which is starting to show up now at European SB doors like Civilist.
Do you know which magician pulled down the coveted “Most Original Magician” title at last year’s Merlin Awards? It was Cosentino, a magician who is apparently into the sneaker game as well as the magic game. Shown here is the second pair he commissioned Sekure D to do. The Nike Dunk High creation has a playing card feel to it, with opposite sides of the sneaker wearing black and red to represent the suits of a deck. Continue reading to see the Nike Dunk High “Cosentino” customs from Sekure D, and let us know what you think of this bit of sneaker custom magic in the comments below.