Sneaker News kicked off Monday morning by giving you the first look at Gino Iannucci’s new Nike SB pro model, and now we get a look at something else new that also has a strong connection to Swoosh skateboarding’s longtime core. This new Nike SB Dunk High comes in a darker camouflage than we’ve ever seen on its quarter-century-aged silhouette, but that doesn’t put a damper on the conversation they share with legendary drops like the Reese Forbes ‘Hunter’ or Brian Anderson’s 2006 San Francisco Giants-inspired design. A rugged canvas camo atop black suede means these will be just as good for serious skating as street-level concealment, and you can see more of this summer 2012 release after the jump. via N-SB
I like the shoes quite a bit but I think that they slightly missed the mark. The camo fabric would be better if it was a little more distinct. I feel like the pattern is almost faded and hard to see. Another cool feature would have been to have camo on the inside of the shoe. http://www.lakestmercantile.com/online-store.htm
Theses are a pretty bad combination. The camo should have been on the inside instead of outside. It always looks strange when the toe is suede an the other is smoother because suede is puffier. Also Why are these not lows? The cool Dunks this year have all been high... WTF!