January 3, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 0
2011 is shaping up to be a big year for the Nike SB Dunk and here’s a colorway that was created as a sample during the Swoosh skate sublabel’s peak, finally to see a retail release. The Nike SB Dunk Low Pro ‘Neon J-Pack’ takes its name from the February 2005 release that shares the same material and colorblocking patterns, the latter of which is in turn borrowed from Air Jordan 1. Neon green is used in place of the original pair’s royal blue, a look that’s suitable for both the current state of sneaker design and Nike SB’s return to its golden era aesthetic. Check out more shots after the jump and look for these to hit US shops perhaps a bit sooner than the summer 2011 we expected; Streething reports they already sold through the first round in SE Asia.