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Nike Dunk High Deconstruct

October 18, 2011 BY / 17

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Not long ago Sneaker News gave you a first look at the Nike Air Force 1 Low Deconstruct, which featured the classic AF1 silhouette with a re-done upper construction, shedding any material beyond the suede exoskeleton. Here’s a look at three colorways of the Nike Dunk High Deconstruct; the minimal lining route has been done with the Nike Dunk High before, with the ‘NL’ releases of ’05/’06, but these three fresh new vintage-inspired tonal colorways brings back one of the more memorable Dunk releases of the last decade. Check out all three Summer 2012 colorways after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for more Nike Sportswear previews. A big thanks to Fat_Board for the pics!


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17 comments
retrotek
retrotek

Nike are gonna bring out an invisible shoe one day, calling it their lightest shoe ever then put it in one of those ugly ass NSW boxes and charge $200 for it.

HENRY
HENRY

how about some side shots of the shoe, so we can actually see it? Sneaker culture died to me back in 05, that's when Nike still seemed to care, but now ALL they seem to care about is exploiting the consumer for profit. Once they have a consumer who will buy whatever crap they put out, that's what they do in the form of rehashed designs, low quality materials, and gimmicks like this.....the cws are nice, but the shoe (or what's left of it) is ehhh to me. I'd rather have my 98-05 Dunks anyways....

rebelmindz
rebelmindz

.........nike socks with rubber soles ..one question how much ?

cirq
cirq

i like them honestly

orka
orka

Just stick to a pair of Palladium boots instead if you want this type of look.

Colin Gavigan
Colin Gavigan

it may just be a scheme to lower the cost of materials, but i still think it looks really nice

1_dbate
1_dbate

Next year is the year for sneakerheads.

1_dbate
1_dbate

Sneaker News, where's the release date?

kenzo
kenzo

saving cost dude, saving cost, GO GREEN, save THE WORLD.... SAVE OUR MONEY ~_~"

Jaron Porter
Jaron Porter

This Deconstruct Concept leaves me only more curious to see how this would look on Nike favorites such as the Foamposite One/Pro, or even the Nike SB.

verse001
verse001

you are correct. haven't been feelin an upcoming dunk release (besides sb's) for a minute but these are nice, assuming the suede is somewhat on point

John K.
John K.

Tentatively set for Summer 2012 (Apr-Jun).

HENRY
HENRY

NIKE trying to force gimmicks on to us for profit...these look cool, but imo they'd be mad uncomfortable, not to mention have little support and be all sweaty after each wear that's gross

Windsor
Windsor

It defeats the purpose of sb's to have no padding. And do you remember how much the thin tongue sucked?

Bruh Bruh
Bruh Bruh

HENRY I totally agree just like the cheap Kobe 7 with the sock that probably cost $5 to make they want to sell for $180. Nike think they are slick

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