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Nike Dunk High GS – Valentine’s Day 2011

February 8, 2011 BY / 0

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The puppy love equivalent to the WMNS Dunk High Amor’s romantic getaway, a new Nike Dunk High for kids is on the way for Valentine’s Day.  This pair’s GS distinction could just as easily mean ‘girls’ as ‘grade school’, its Carmine red upper covered by hearts on the patent leather sections.  Then again, we don’t see dudes rocking V-Day kicks all too often even if they are released in a full mens size run, so here’s a chance for your lil miss sneakerhead to learn a new association to this shade made famous on an OG Air Jordan VI.  Click through to see more of the latest Valentine’s Day sneaker from Nike Sportswear and stick with Sneaker News for word on the US release.  via LTD Online

Style: 316604-600
Color: Carmine/White

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